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Microsoft SQL Server Unit Testing - July 2011

Microsoft SQL Server Unit Testing - July 2011

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Published by Mark Ginnebaugh
Creator: Joel Champagne, President of CodeX Enterprises

This presentation covers various issues associated with SQL unit testing. We’ll look at end solutions in demo form using Visual Studio 2010 and other third party tools.

You'll learn:

* The value of pursuing SQL testing, early and continually in the development cycle
* Capabilities in Visual Studio 2010 to support SQL unit testing
* Capabilities in other tools to support SQL unit testing


Creator: Joel Champagne, President of CodeX Enterprises

This presentation covers various issues associated with SQL unit testing. We’ll look at end solutions in demo form using Visual Studio 2010 and other third party tools.

You'll learn:

* The value of pursuing SQL testing, early and continually in the development cycle
* Capabilities in Visual Studio 2010 to support SQL unit testing
* Capabilities in other tools to support SQL unit testing


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Published by: Mark Ginnebaugh on Jul 26, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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SQL
 
Server
 
Unit
 
TestingSQL
 
Server
 
Unit
 
Testing
 Joel 
 
Champagne
 ,
 
July
 
2011
Mark
 
Ginnebaugh
,
 
User
 
Group
 
Leader,
 
.
 
 
 
20
 
years
 
consulting
 
experience
 – 
arge
 
m ss on
 
cr t ca
 
systems
 – 
.NET,
 
SQL
 
2000
2008,
 
SSAS,
 
SSRS,
 
SSIS
 – 
Architecture,
 
Data
 
Architecture
Focus
 
on
 
developer
 
productivity
 
tools
 
Unit
 
Testing…
 
what’s
 
a
 
“unit”?
n
 
es ng
 
as
 
proven
 
va ua e
 
n
 
many
 
languages
 
those
 
breakages
 
early
Some
 
may
 
say
 
SQL
 
has
 
gotten
 
the
 
short
 
end
 
of 
 
t e
 
stic
 
ere
 
or
 
various
 
reasons
 – 
Harder:
 
time/effort
 
to
 
write
 
tests
 
for
 
possibly
 
thousands
 
of 
 
ob ects
 
man
 
of 
 
which
 
could
 
be
 
CRUD
 – 
Separation
 
of 
 
development
 
process
 – 
Statefulness:
 
dependence
 
on
 
specific
 
data
 
to
 
make
 
it
 

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