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Jun
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accepted Should I use check or checked?
Jun
28
awarded  Editor
Jun
28
revised Should I use check or checked?
better/clearer property name
Jun
27
asked Should I use check or checked?
Mar
22
accepted How to setup users for desktop app with SQL Azure as backend?
Mar
21
answered How to setup users for desktop app with SQL Azure as backend?
Mar
20
comment How to setup users for desktop app with SQL Azure as backend?
I thought it was best suited here but if you think it should be moved (and it can be moved) then by all means let's do it. I'm also open for deletion and reposting over there.
Mar
20
asked How to setup users for desktop app with SQL Azure as backend?
Feb
29
comment Is there a problem with writing an in-memory DAL for testing the BLL/ViewModels?
The fake DAL has it's own battery of tests. These are the same ones I use for my integration tests so if it breaks I'd know it immediately. The fake DAL is so simple that I never have to touch it, except if I change the DAL's interface (in which case the mocked tests would have to be modified as well). Thank you for the link, it lead me to Martin Fowler's post about mocks, stubs, and other test doubles like fakes and dummies. It confirmed Michael Yoon's answer that there's nothing inheringly wrong with it. And no, it's not an integration test if you use a test double (dummy/fake/stub/mock).
Feb
29
comment Is there a problem with writing an in-memory DAL for testing the BLL/ViewModels?
Very broad indeed. Pretty much anything that can make an in-memory DAL an "integration test" could be said/done for the mocking setup.
Feb
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
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accepted Is there a problem with writing an in-memory DAL for testing the BLL/ViewModels?
Feb
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awarded  Supporter
Feb
28
comment Is there a problem with writing an in-memory DAL for testing the BLL/ViewModels?
Mocks or not you'll have to write a piece of code that will expose the relevant part of the DAL interface and can store/retrieve an object in memory. Why is it a "unit test" if you put that code in a library ending with .Test but an integration test if you put that code in a library that ends with .DAL?
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awarded  Student
Feb
28
asked Is there a problem with writing an in-memory DAL for testing the BLL/ViewModels?