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Inserting the results of a stored procedure into a table

October 18, 2012

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Recently, I needed to find out the schema of a resultset returned by a Stored Procedure so I could pass some failing SQL Unit Tests. I needed to know the columns, the column order and exact datatypes. Without access to a client to run the procedure I needed a way to do this with just […]

Testing tools for SQL development

August 22, 2012

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I’ve recently put together an article on using SQL Test/tSQLt, which you can find here. However, I wanted to briefly talk about the alternatives as I see them. Before any commercial testing tools were around we could just use a combination of manual scripts that called procedures and used temporary tables to hold data. It […]

SQL Server Test Driven Development with Redgate’s SQL Test

August 13, 2012

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I’ll be providing a more detailed post on this shortly, in the meantime please check out http://www.red-gate.com/products/sql-development/sql-test/. SQL Test internally uses tSQLt, a popular open source framework, combined with Redgate’s expert knowledge of providing add-ons to management studio means that we now have an integrated toolset for test driven development in the SQL world. Why […]