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I like to program, but am a noob, which is why I'm here.
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Jun
10
asked GUI, BLL, DAL Organization In A Project
Jun
7
comment Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
I completely agree with you. The point of this thread is for me to gain more confidence in my belief in relational database design. It's something I want to push inside of my organization.
Jun
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awarded  Commentator
Jun
7
comment Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
@DeveloperArt, I will change my field naming conventions from now on. The more I think of it, the more I agree with you.
Jun
7
comment Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
@GrandmasterB, actually storing comma separated data
Jun
7
comment Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
About the prefix, noted, I will change my naming conventions from now on, it seems other members agree with this point also (the more I think of it the more it makes sense too).
Jun
7
comment Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
These are interesting special cases, thanks for posting, I will remember these.
Jun
7
comment Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
I agree that that is a false economy, what can I say in response to someone who suggests using the second method in order to reduce the number of tables?
Jun
7
revised Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
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Jun
7
asked Arguments for storing binary asociations in a single field vs. in a mapping table?
Jun
6
comment Interested in Feedback on QA System Design
Someone suggested multiple assemblies in case some tests are run per commit or per day. I asked if this could be accomplished using NUnit categories instead of multiple assemblies, and he/she hasn't gotten back to me. What do you think is appropriate considering the different frequencies of running different types of tests?
Jun
6
comment Interested in Feedback on QA System Design
Wow, I wasn't even aware of the SQA SE. I'll post over there, thanks!
Jun
6
asked Interested in Feedback on QA System Design
Jun
6
comment Making Separate Assemblies For Different Types Of Tests For The Same Component?
As far as the "unit tests on every build, integration tests once per day", can this be accomplished using one assembly and multiple NUnit test categories? I'm still having trouble deciding which route to take.
Jun
1
comment Making Separate Assemblies For Different Types Of Tests For The Same Component?
I am working with a large single-assembly system, and was given the recommendation to create a multi-assembly unit testing system. This is why I'm having trouble deciding where to draw the boundaries between my test assemblies. What do you recommend in my situation?
May
31
asked Making Separate Assemblies For Different Types Of Tests For The Same Component?
May
31
comment Long-Term Strategy For Implementing a QA System?
Ed, when I create an assembly that is separate from the production assembly, is it ok if it is in the same solution? Also, this idea of abstracting interfaces is completely new to me, can you point me to a good resource to learn more about what you are talking about?
May
31
awarded  Supporter
May
31
comment Long-Term Strategy For Implementing a QA System?
Ed, The massive system that I'm working with actually only has one assembly itself. Would using a multiple assembly test system still make sense under these circumstances? Also, just for extra clarification on what you're suggesting, from your post, I would go to Visual Studio and create a QA solution (separate from production solution), and a project for each test assembly? Did I understand your post correctly? Thanks!
May
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awarded  Student