Run coverage from visual studio and from command line get different result, how to correct it?

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Hi, 

I have a project with unit test, when I right click project and run from visual studio,  I got 100% coverage.  Please see attachment coveargeA.jpg

The method is CleanUpInProcessExperiments.  

but when I run it with command line, then I got 0% coverage, see attachment coverageB.jpg.  How can I match command line with directly run from visual studio.  in fact, I have few methods other than this one has similar issue  Really appreciate for any help.  

Here is the command



line I used: 

C:\Users\yanghx14\AppData\Local\JetBrains\Installations\dotCover04\dotCover.exe cover /TargetExecutable="C:\Program Files (x86)\NUnit 2.6.4\bin\nunit-console.exe"  /TargetWorkingDir=C:\ICQ\Source\InstInfo\ExpMgmt\ExpMgmt.Tests\bin\Release /TargetArguments="C:\ICQ\Source\InstInfo\ExpMgmt\ExpMgmt.Tests\bin\Release\ExpMgmt.Tests.dll /framework=4.0 /xml=C:\ICQ\Source\InstInfo\ExpMgmt\ExpMgmt.Tests\bin\Release\ExpMgmt.Tests.dll-results.xml /timeout=20000 /noshadow=true" /Output=c:\icq\source\3.dcvr

 

 

 

 

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Thanks team's help.

The issue is the timeout setting too small.  Once I put much bigger timeout, the issue resolved.

Thanks

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