I have some code that creates a SharePoint site.
When the code runs as part of the solution it works. However, when I run it as a unit test I get the following error:
The test adapter 'WebHostAdapter' threw an exception while running test 'CreateSiteTest'. The web site could not be configured correctly; getting ASP.NET process information failed. Requesting 'http://localhost/VSEnterpriseHelper.axd' returned an error: The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error. The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error.
I have the following tags on my test:
[TestMethod()] [HostType("ASP.Net")] [UrlToTest("http://localhost/SitePages/Home.aspx")]
Any idea why I am getting this error?
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