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Michael asked on 11 Apr 2012, 12:45 PM
Hi,

I am using OpenAccess ORM (Free Edition) and after adding a Domain Model to a project I found the methods names in Code Coverage are mangled for that project. A screenshot is attached.

The setup I have is as follows:

1) Create a .NET 4 class library.
2) Add a class with a single method. This will be unit tested later.
3) Add a strong key to the project. Don't know if this matters, but it's the setup I had.
4) Add a Test project and reference the first project.
5) Add a Unit Test and add code that uses the class in Step #2.
6) Run the test. In Code Coverage you should be able to view the class, method, etc, without issues.
7) In the first project add a OpenAccess ORM Domain Model. I used a namespace of "ClassLibrary1.Data.Entities" for the model name.
8) Re-compile and run the test again.
9) The names in Code Coverage will now be mangled.

I am using VS2010 Premium and version 2012.1.214.1 for OpenAccess. I'm not sure if this is an issue with OpenAccess or VS, but it does happen, on two machines, when I add a Domain Model.

Regards


Michael

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Jan Blessenohl
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answered on 13 Apr 2012, 10:59 AM
Hi Michael,
We have fixed the problem by using the newest mono cecil version. Thanks for your explicit description, I have updated your Telerik points.
I cannot give you an exact date for the next release but we will try to produce one in the next weeks.

All the best,
Jan Blessenohl
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