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Running Database Unit Tests

Visual Studio 2005

In Visual Studio, you run database unit tests by using the Test Manager window, the Test View window, or the Command Prompt window.

In This Section

How to: Run Database Unit Tests

Describes how you can run database unit tests, depending on the software that you have installed.

How to: Run Database Unit Tests

Describes how you can run database unit tests by using the Test View window.

How to: Debug Database Objects

Describes how you can debug the stored procedures, functions, and triggers in your database.

How to: Configure Database Unit Test Execution

Describes how you can specify settings that control how your test connects to the database that you will test, how you deploy a schema from a database project to that database, and whether you populate the database with data.

Overview of Connection Strings and Permissions

Describes how you can use connection strings to make sure that the scripts in your database unit tests are run with appropriate permissions.

Interpreting Database Unit Test Results

Describes the meaning of the results that you obtain after you run database unit tests.

Related Sections

Running Tests

Provides links to topics that describe how you can start to run any type of test, for example, from the Test View and Test Manager windows.

Command-Line Test Execution

Provides links to topics that describe how you can use the MSTest.exe command to run tests, see test results, save results to disk, and publish results.

Troubleshooting Test Execution

Describes some of the conditions that cause tests to generate errors, generate warnings, or fail to run and provides steps to resolve the problem.

Designing Database Unit Tests

Describes how to create and add test conditions to a basic database unit test.

Customizing Database Unit Tests in Visual C# or Visual Basic

Describes how to edit a basic database unit test to add functionality.

Terminology Overview of Team Edition for Database Professionals

Provides definitions of terms that are specific to Team Edition for Database Professionals and contains a link to definitions for terms that relate to Visual Studio Team System.

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