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QuestionMocking a Service call in my Unit Tests Pin
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I changed my Test method as below:
[TestMethod]
public async Task ServiceAgreementUpdateAddTest()
{
    DateTime dateTime = DateTime.Today;

    var expectedServiceRequest1 = new C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest
    {
        C1ServiceAgreementUpdate = new C1ServiceAgreementUpdate
        {
            serviceAgreement = this.serviceAgreementIds[0],
            saChar = new[]
        {
                    new C1ServiceAgreementUpdateSaChar
                    {
                        action = listAction.add,
                        actionSpecified = true,
                        serviceAgreement11 = this.serviceAgreementIds[0],
                        characteristicType3 = characteristicType,
                        characteristicValue2 = characteristicValue,
                        effectiveDate6 = dateTime,
                        effectiveDate6Specified = true,
                        searchCharacteristicValue = searchCharacteristicvalue
                    }
                }
        }
    };


    var expectedServiceRequest2 = new C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest
    {
        C1ServiceAgreementUpdate = new C1ServiceAgreementUpdate
        {
            serviceAgreement = this.serviceAgreementIds[0],
            saChar = new[]
        {
                    new C1ServiceAgreementUpdateSaChar
                    {
                        action = listAction.add,
                        actionSpecified = true,
                        serviceAgreement11 = this.serviceAgreementIds[1],
                        characteristicType3 = characteristicType,
                        characteristicValue2 = characteristicValue,
                        effectiveDate6 = dateTime,
                        effectiveDate6Specified = true,
                        searchCharacteristicValue = searchCharacteristicvalue
                    }
                }
        }
    };


    var serviceAgreementCharacteristicRequests = new List<ServiceAgreementCharacteristicRequest>();

    foreach (var serviceAgreementId in this.serviceAgreementIds)
    {
        var request = new ServiceAgreementCharacteristicRequest
        {
            ServiceAgreementId = serviceAgreementId,
            CharacteristicType = characteristicType,
            CharacteristicValue = characteristicValue,
            ActionType = RequestAction.ADD
        };

        serviceAgreementCharacteristicRequests.Add(request);
    }

    this._serviceWrapper.Setup(e => e.UseServiceAsync(It.IsAny<Func<ATC1ServiceAgreementUpdatePortType, Task<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateResponse>>>()))
        .Callback((Func<ATC1ServiceAgreementUpdatePortType, Task<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateResponse>> serviceFunc) => { serviceFunc.Invoke(this._serviceAgreementUdateSvc.Object); })
        .ReturnsAsync(new C1ServiceAgreementUpdateResponse());

    await this._service.ServiceAgreementCharacteristicAsync(serviceAgreementCharacteristicRequests).ConfigureAwait(false);

    this._serviceWrapper.Verify(sw => sw.UseServiceAsync(It.IsAny<Func<ATC1ServiceAgreementUpdatePortType, Task<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateResponse>>>()), Times.Exactly(serviceAgreementCharacteristicRequests.Count));

    //this._serviceAgreementUdateSvc.Verify(svc => svc.C1ServiceAgreementUpdateAsync(It.Is<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest>(x => x.Equals(expectedServiceRequest1))), Times.Once);
    //this._serviceAgreementUdateSvc.Verify(svc => svc.C1ServiceAgreementUpdateAsync(It.Is<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest>(x => x.Equals(expectedServiceRequest2))), Times.Once);
}


I am getting the following error:
Failed   ServiceAgreementUpdateAddTest
Error Message:
 Test method CustomerServiceWeb.Services.Test.ServiceAgreements.ServiceAgreementUpdateProxyTest.ServiceAgreementUpdateAddTest threw exception:
Moq.MockException:
Expected invocation on the mock once, but was 0 times: svc => svc.C1ServiceAgreementUpdateAsync(It.Is<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest>(x => x.Equals(C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest)))

Configured setups:
s => s.C1ServiceAgreementUpdateAsync(It.IsAny<C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest>())

Performed invocations:
ATC1ServiceAgreementUpdatePortType.C1ServiceAgreementUpdateAsync(C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest)
ATC1ServiceAgreementUpdatePortType.C1ServiceAgreementUpdateAsync(C1ServiceAgreementUpdateRequest)
Stack Trace:
    at Moq.Mock.ThrowVerifyException(MethodCall expected, IEnumerable`1 setups, IEnumerable`1 actualCalls, Expression expression, Times times, Int32 callCount) in C:\projects\moq4\Source\Mock.cs:line 473
   at Moq.Mock.VerifyCalls(Mock targetMock, MethodCall expected, Expression expression, Times times) in C:\projects\moq4\Source\Mock.cs:line 452
   at Moq.Mock.Verify[T,TResult](Mock`1 mock, Expression`1 expression, Times times, String failMessage) in C:\projects\moq4\Source\Mock.cs:line 340
   at Moq.Mock`1.Verify[TResult](Expression`1 expression, Func`1 times) in C:\projects\moq4\Source\Mock.Generic.cs:line 508
   at CustomerServiceWeb.Services.Test.ServiceAgreements.ServiceAgreementUpdateProxyTest.<ServiceAgreementUpdateAddTest>d__8.MoveNext() in C:\SourceCode\FlexPricing\CustomerServiceWeb.Services.Test\ServiceAgreements\ServiceAgreementUpdateProxyTest.cs:line 115
--- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown ---
   at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.ThrowForNonSuccess(Task task)
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.HandleNonSuccessAndDebuggerNotification(Task task)
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.ValidateEnd(Task task)
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.GetResult()
   at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestPlatform.MSTestAdapter.PlatformServices.ThreadOperations.ExecuteWithAbortSafety(Action action)

Any help what am I missing?
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