Anytime you deploy or validate a change set, you can specify what tests you'd like to run. There's a quick read about it here:
Since you're not deploying any code changes, the Default or Run local tests options should validate the changeset properly without having to run all the tests in your org.
Try to instantiate the class directly:
AccountLocation accloc = new AccountLocation();
You should be able to access the wrapper Location class with
Location loc = new Location();
loc.latitud = 96.23040;
With SFDX CLI, we can use the below query to get all test class names in the org:
--query="SELECT Id,Name,SymbolTable FROM ApexClass WHERE NamespacePrefix = ''"
| jq '.result.records | select(.SymbolTable != null)
| select(.SymbolTable.methods.annotations.name == "IsTest")' ...
Your issue is on this line:
You have missing __c in the field name.
It should be written as one or other as below.
Assuming you are using month() and year() methods from Date class on a date variable:
Date myDate = date.newInstance(2019, 10, 29);
l.Next_Inspection_Date__c = myDate.month() + '/15/' + myDate....
Your objective is a little misguided relative to the structure of Apex unit test classes and methods.
A unit test class is little more than a container, whose scope can be made useful to you - you can use the class to group related unit tests, and associate them with a @testSetup data factory method they use in common to perform setup prior to running the ...
Your code looks mostly fine to me. I think the only way you could get this error is if you somehow had a null in your oppIds set.
I do see that you're doing null checks before adding an id into your set, but there's one line where you're not doing a null check.
In the following code:
public void oppUpdate(List<OpportunityLineItem> oppLists,Map<Id,...