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T-SQL Testing Options


T-SQL Testing Options

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Just curious - what are the various options available for testing t-sql code in stored procedures?

Specifically how can one step through code as would be done with a .net application.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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kimreyj (5/9/2013)
Just curious - what are the various options available for testing t-sql code in stored procedures?

Specifically how can one step through code as would be done with a .net application.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks


If you talking about testing SQL, then there are 3rd-party solutions to help with it. I guess most commonly used is SQL Test from RedGate (http://www.red-gate.com/products/sql-development/sql-test/)
"Steping" through code is not a "testing" but "debugging"! You can use SSMS Debug (there is a menu there on the same level as File...).
As from the older school, I debug manually by simply adding some debug lines (print, select or dedicated procedure)

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