Tag Info

New answers tagged


If a unit test breaks, you usually know exactly what went wrong; when an integration test breaks, it's a hint that a piece of your process has something wrong with it. If you're comfortable with this and your SP isn't incredibly complex, the integration tests from C# should be fine. A few things to consider : Use a unit testing framework. Calling them ...


In less words, this sounds like unit testing. Your "C# scripts" are the units of pass/failure. Is there any practice better than this one to validate SQL based code ? You shouldn't be concerned with validating the actual SQL code. All you really should care about is the validity of the data and the result. You should be decoupling your unit tests ...

Top 50 recent answers are included