Duration: 60 minutes
Track: Application & Database Development
Unit testing is a process commonly used by application developers. Nowadays it can be used for Microsoft SQL Server database development. In this session, you will learn how to create a test project and write unit tests for your T-SQL code using SQL Server Data Tools. We take a look at unit test structure, create some tests for SQL Server stored procedures and functions, and define various test conditions for them. Also we discover how to extend the functionality of built-in test conditions and create a customized extension in C#.
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Solutions architect, SQL & .NET developer, Ayax-Media
Andrey has been leading the development of corporate information system for realty estate business based on MS SQL Server, ASP.NET and Sharepoint. He works with SQL Server since version 7.0.... View More