Resharper 2019.3.1 Test Runner not picking up everything with .NetCore 3.1 and NUnit3

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After upgrading our solution to .NetCore 3.1, Resharper Test Runner stopped picking up most of our tests. Looks like there's an issue with it while using .NetCore 3.1. If I run the tests with the standard Visual Studio 2019 Test Explorer, everything is there I can see our ~12k tests while Resharper test runner only show me about 400 of them.

Resharper Test Runner :

Standard VS2019 Test Explorer :

This wasn't happening before with .NetCore 2.2 and I can still run everything as usual if I run it on an old branch with Core 2.2.

So I think there's something broken here while using .NetCore 3.1.

Unfortunately, it doesn't throw any sort of errors, it just doesn't work. I wish I could provide something better than screenshots.

Anybody else experiences this?

Thanks!

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Hello,

 

Could you please run Visual Studio with the following command line: 'devenv /ReSharper.LogFile c:\log\resharper.log /ReSharper.LogLevel Verbose', reproduce the issue and send us a corresponding 'resharper.log' file. You can share it privately via "Submit a request" form.

Thank you.

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Thanks Angelina Elycheva for your answer. I just sent a request with the logs attached. I hope this gonna help figure out the issue. I see a lot of Fault in the log which indicated me there's something wrong with the test exploration code in ReSharper.

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Hello,

Thanks for the log files! There were errors in the log file similar to the errors in the following ticket: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RSRP-477651. The fix will be available in 2019.3.2. As a workaround, please try using NUnit Adapter 3.15.1.

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I confirm that downgrading NUnit Adapter to 3.15.1 fix the issue for now. We'll be waiting for R# 2019.3.2 to upgrade that package again.

 

Thanks!

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What's the ETA for the 2019.3.2? This is fairly inconvenient

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Hello,

We are going to publish R# 2019.3.2 in late January/early February. Sorry for the inconvenience!

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