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Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Sql.UnitTesting.Conditions Namespace


The Microsoft.Data.Tools.Schema.Sql.UnitTesting.Conditions namespace 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.


Concrete classes implementing TestCondition must add the ExportTestConditionAttribute attribute to their class definition. This ensures they will be detected and added to the set of available test conditions in the SQL Server Unit Test Designer.


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.

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