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Although I have been developing software for more than 20 years, on Saturday I went to my first Code Camp. I delivered one session at Philly.NET Code Camp on the topic of Automated Unit and Integration Testing with Databases.
I was amazed. Philly.NET Code Camp is like a mini TechEd. I am impressed at how professionally everything was done. Registration, content, food, facilities, etc. This group knows how to put on a code camp. It is a testament to the capability and dedication of Philly.NET; it’s leadership and members. Keep up the good work. Thank you for an awesome day. I cannot wait for the next one.
Here are the slides, available through SlideShare.
The sample code from my session (Tools track, 1:40 PM) is available here:
Also, please review the requirements for using the code samples in the section below the slides.
To use the sample code, you need to create the Lender.Slos database. The following are the expectations and requirements needed to create the database.
The sample code assumes you have Microsoft SQL Server Express 2008 R2 installed on your development machine. The server name used throughout is (local)\SQLExpress. Although the sample code will probably work on other/earlier versions of SQL Server, that has not been verified. Also, if you use another server instance then you will need to change the server name in all the connection strings.
Under the 0_Database folder there are database scripts, which are used to create the database schema. For the sake of simplicity there are a few command files that use MSBuild to run the database scripts, automate the build, and automate running the tests. These batch files assume you defined the following environment variables:
The DbCreate.SqlExpress.Lender.Slos.bat command file creates the database on the (local)\SQLExpress server.
With the database created and the environment variables set, run the Lender.Slos.CreateScripts.bat command file to execute all the SQL create scripts in the correct order. If you prefer to run the scripts manually then you will find them in the $_Database\Scripts\Create folder. The script_run_order.txt file lists the proper order to run the scripts. If all the scripts run properly there will be three tables (Individual, Student and Application) and twelve stored procedures (a set of four CRUD stored procedures for each of the tables) in the database.