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QuestionDebugging + MSTest + Multiple Startup Project question Pin
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I am using visual studio for development.

Some code I am running run across multiple processes. For example I have a WebApi process and a consumer application. I can debug code across both process by setting up multiple startup projects.

I also wrote some unit tests.

Now the problem is, when my unit test is calling my webservices. I don't know how to run both the unit test and the web service in debug mode at the same time.
I could start the unit test without debugging and then run the unit test, but then I can't debug both across process.

How should I go about solving that development experience issue?

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QuestionLooks like C# does not support Global Variables Pin
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