FluentAssertions Asserting multiple properties of a single object

The .Match() solution does not return a good error message. So if you want to have a good error and only one assert then use:

result.Should().BeEquivalentTo(new MyResponseObject()
                Property1 = "something",
                Property2 = "anotherthing"

Anonymous objects (use with care!)

If you want to only check certain members then use:

                Property1 = "something",
                Property2 = "anotherthing"
            }, options => options.ExcludingMissingMembers());

Note: You will miss (new) members when testing like this. So only use if you
really want to check only certain members now and in the future. Not
using the exclude option will force you to edit your test when a new
property is added and that can be a good thing

Multiple asserts

Note: All given solutions gives you one line asserts. In my opinion there is nothing wrong with multiple lines of asserts as long
as it is one assert functionally.

If you want this because you want multiple errors at once, consider wrapping your multi line assertions in an AssertionScope.

using (new AssertionScope())

Above statement will now give both errors at once, if they both fail.


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