Thenamespace provides classes that you can use to create and manage test conditions. By defining a custom test condition, you can verify the behavior of a database object in ways that the built-in conditions do not support.
Defines a test condition that verifies the checksum of the result set in a database unit test.
The base class for test conditions that operate on a DataSet and are configured by the user during test "design time". These conditions are configured by querying the database for the expected results of the test.
Represents a condition where the SqlExecutionResult.DataSet property must be empty.
Represents a test condition that specifies the maximum amount of time that the test's Transact-SQL statements can take to execute before the test fails.
Specifies that the result set of a database unit test must match a specific schema.
Represents a default condition where nothing is required or expected of a test result.
Represents a condition where the SqlExecutionResult.DataSet property must not be empty.
Represents the base class for all test conditions that operate on one ResultSet.
Defines a test condition that verifies the number of rows in the ResultSet that is returned by a database unit test.
Verifies that a particular value in a specific row and column was expected.
The base class for all test conditions that are used by generated code.