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Posted Friday, November 3, 2006 10:09 AM


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Grant,

I realize that this is a rather old article, so I hope you will actually get this. VS 2010 Pro and Ultimate now include the database unit testing in them. I am working with management here at the office to use this method for unit testing. I am curious to know if you have any references to articles on how to setup unit testing. Methodologies and other type things.

The reason I ask, is that within our company our unit testing is at best, lacking. Normal projects for us are less than 100 hours per project. There are some commonalities in those processes, but not guaranteed. Management would like it to be automated as much as possible. Hence, what I am trying to figure out. How to automate, modularize the process for easier use for the developer. This is really what I am looking for.

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I don't have a lot to offer you beyond what's here. I haven't even looked at the unit testing in VS2010 at this point. I'm sorry.

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