I've confirmed that this is indeed happening... but only in the VS Code Extension. If you run the test directly: sfdx force:apex:test:run -w 10 -t TestFail You'll get the correct output. VS Code Extension Output 10:54:53.884 Starting Run Apex Tests === Test Summary NAME VALUE ─────────────────── ──────────────────── Outcome ...


As Phil commented, this type of question is primarily opinion-based, so I think you will get multiple answers. For me, a unit test should test a single piece of the code, like a specific method, regardless of its usage in the business process. The unit test serves the purpose of asserting that this unit of code works as intended given multiple inputs. To ...


@Vinay thanks for pointing me to that. It is a new feature that is causing it. In the settings there is a new feature that needs to be disabled and that fixed it for me. In Settings: Salesforcedx-vscode-core > Experimental: Use Apex Library Disable - Use Apex Library for Apex CLI Commands

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