From: Alex Evdokimenko <aevdokimenko@gm...> - 2009-05-04 19:25:06
About 6 months ago I started to look for a SQL testing framework that
would not require any other infrastructure pieces to run tests, just
MS SQL Server. To my surprise the TSQLUnit was the only open source
solution that fit the bill. After a few tweaks and changes it has
been implemented in production and is successfully used by both DBAs
and developers in our organization.
Willing to share the success of our implementation, I want to contribute to
the project and bring it back to life, make TSQLUnit more usable and
easy to integrate into modern testing frameworks.
As for the TSQLUnit project, the short term plan is to fix minor
pending issues and make a new bug-fix release of the framework by the end of
May, 2009. The next major release should simplify test automation and
integration with other testing tools, most likely straight forward
integration with FitNesse will be the priority. Best practices and
documentation pages should be updated as well.
Here's is a question that I have for community. Is support for SQL
2000 and previous versions essential at all? Does anybody need it?
Otherwise, feel free to add your feedback to the tracker's "Feature
request" list or email me.