What does "SQL Test" give me?

EricLeBouffonEricLeBouffon Posts: 4
edited September 15, 2015 6:56AM in SQL Test
I am evaluating tSQLt as well as "SQL Test".

What does "SQL Test" give me on top of tSQLt?

I have seen the UI in SSMS, which is quite cool.

Does it help with automating tests?
Like running all tests overnight and having an email sent to developers if one fails?

Comments

  • Hi Eric,

    Sorry for the slight delay in getting back to you. SQL Test utilises the tSQLt framework and provides a UI in SSMS to make it easier to manage your unit tests. It also provides a set of static analysis tests to help detect issues with your database.

    Unfortunately there is no test automation - for that you would have to include a Test step as part of a continuous integration process using SQL CI (http://documentation.red-gate.com/displ ... st+command)
    Software Engineer
    Redgate Software
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