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as a matter of interest, try this instead inside the cli, I am able to run tests that

U03SN9552JC
U03SN9552JC Posts: 78 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet
edited May 2023 in Code Testing

@U04LGKSDANM as a matter of interest, try this instead inside the cli, I am able to run tests that are written as groups inside the annotation, otherwise if I try to run it as -c tests/PyzTest/Zed/Tax as in your example I get the same error. I don't know why this happens, I'll do abit of digging. But your work around is using the below:

╭─/data | Store: DE | Env: docker.dev | Debug: (X) | Testing: (X)
╰─$ codecept run -g MyModuleFacadeTest

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  • U04LGKSDANM
    U04LGKSDANM Posts: 14 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet

    Hi @U03SN9552JC,
    thanks for pointing this out.
    So yes I was able to run the tests as -g (groups), which basically executes the same -c (configuration).
    The downside is that only -c tests are capable to be executed with the additional parameter --coverage.

  • U03SN9552JC
    U03SN9552JC Posts: 78 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet

    I'm still digging into this, but hopefully there's something that can be tweaked to enable -c again

  • U03SN9552JC
    U03SN9552JC Posts: 78 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet

    As I seen it was something to do with propel when I did a breakpoint and followed the stack trace in PHPStorm.