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No Run Test button in unit test

I have a test class, but it's without Run Test button. And Coverage is 0%. What kind of problem can it be?
Ajay K DubediAjay K Dubedi
Hi Simon,
I think you missed the test annotation. Just write @isTest at the top of your test class.
Kindly mark it best answer if it resolves your issue.

Thank you,
Ajay Dubedi
Raj VakatiRaj Vakati
In order to mark the test class  you need to use @isTest annotation 

Use the @isTest annotation to define classes and methods that only contain code used for testing your application. The@isTest annotation on methods is equivalent to the testMethod keyword. The @isTest annotation can take multiple modifiers within parentheses and separated by blanks.

Here is an example of a private test class that contains two test methods.
private class MyTestClass {

   // Methods for testing
   @isTest static void test1() {
      // Implement test code

   @isTest static void test2() {
      // Implement test code