Tag Archives: tsqlt

Using tSQLt to Find Min/Max Times

I love tSQLt. It’s a good way to write tests that can determine if your code is actually working. Since I’m a fan of unit testing, I think using tests to verify your logic is great. What’s excellent with tSQLt … Continue reading

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Test Coverage

This editorial was originally published on Nov 12, 2013. It is being re-run as Steve is on holiday. I’ve never had to work full time in a QA group, but I have had to perform software testing of an application … Continue reading

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Quick Tests for a Function

I was writing a poorly performing UDF the other day and then wanted to replace it with a better performing one. However, I wanted to be sure that the function was the acting the same externally. In other words, does … Continue reading

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Testing T-SQL Made Easy

Abstract: Everyone tests that code, but most people run a query, execute a procedure and run another query. This ad hoc, non-repeatable testing isn’t reliable, and encourages regression bugs. In this session you will learn how to begin introducing testing … Continue reading

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