Working with Test Categories
NUnit, MSTest, and xUnit frameworks allow grouping tests and test classes into suites with the
Category (NUnit) or
TestCategory (MSTest) attribute on the corresponding symbols. xUnit provides the
Trait attribute with the similar functionality. JetBrains Rider is aware of these attributes and provides a number of related features.
Browsing Test Categories
In the Unit Tests window, you can explore all existing categories in the current solution. To do so, in the Group by selector, choose Categories or Project and Categories.
Completion for category names
Executing all tests in a category
From each test/test class belonging to some category, you can start execution of all tests in this category. To do so, press Alt+Enter or click on the action indicator, choose Run/Debug or Run All/Debug All, Profile/Profile ALl or Cover/Cover ALl in the action list, and then click the small arrow on the right and click on the category name or press Enter:
If necessary, you can add one or more categories to the ignore list. All tests belonging to these categories will be skipped during the execution of a unit test session. Note that you can still run specific tests from ignored categories individually.
To add a category to the ignore list, type the category name into the Skip tests from categories field on the page of JetBrains Rider settings (Ctrl+Alt+S). If you enter multiple categories, use comma as the delimiter.