Azure DevOps pipeline DotNetCore test path projects pattern

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I want to test my .NET Core 5.0 projects in the Azure DevOps pipeline. When using a full path to one of my test projects the pipeline will test that single project. When using a pattern to search for all my test projects he can't find one of them.

My project structure is as follows:

  1. backend
    1. DemoProject (with the .sln file)
      1. DemoProject.Application
      2. DemoProject.Application.Test
      3. DemoProject.Persistence
      4. DemoProject.Persistence.Test
    2. DemoProject 2
      1. ....

 I created a simple version of my pipeline template:

- master

pool:
  vmImage: ubuntu-latest

steps:
- task: DotNetCoreCLI@2
  inputs:
    command: 'test'
    projects: './backend/DemoProject/DemoProject.Application.Tests/DemoProject.Application.Tests.csproj'

When using the full path (./backend/DemoProject/DemoProject.Application.Tests/DemoProject.Application.Tests.csproj), the pipeline find's the selected project. When using a pattern. (./backend/DemoProject/\*\*/\*.Tests.csproj or ./backend/DemoProject/\*\*/DemoProject.Application.Tests.csproj), the pipeline can't find any project.

Does someone know what the correct pattern is to run all my test projects inside the DemoProject folder?

Mar 27 in Other DevOps Questions by Kichu
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