Practical considerations with tSQLt tests

This is the third article in a series on tSQLt: Introduction Anatomy of a test Practical considerations Dealing with transactions Getting organised One stored procedure under test is likely to need several stored procedures to test it properly.  This means that the number of stored procedures in your database will increase greatly.  (This is one … Continue reading Practical considerations with tSQLt tests

Introduction to unit testing SQL Server stored procedures with tSQLt

This article is the first in a short series on tSQLt: Introduction Anatomy of a tSQLt test Practical considerations Dealing with transactions Introduction This is the introduction to the introduction!  tSQLt lets you unit test stored procedures (including functions) on SQL Server.  For why unit testing is a good idea, see my article on unit … Continue reading Introduction to unit testing SQL Server stored procedures with tSQLt