DbFit 0.9 includes MySQL Support and Full Oracle for Java Support
- Support for driving DbFit from Java
- Embedding DbFit tables into Java and .NET FIT tests as part of test setup or result verification
- Support for testing Stored Procedure Error Codes
- MySQL Support
- .NET support for Oracle floats
- Java support for Oracle floats, timestamps and stored function
Gojko Adic describes how he feels DbFit differs from DbUnit:
DbUnit is an extension for JUnit (so it requires java knowledge), and works in an x-Unit style fashion. DbFit is an extension for FIT/FitNesse, so it works in a tabular/relational language, which comes much more natural for database objects. In addition to mixing with Java or .Net tests, it can be used by db specialists for TDD without writing java or .net code. Also, it has quite a few useful features to speed up test writing, like automatic transaction rollback on the end of the test.
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Ben Melbourne Jul 04, 2015
Randy Shoup Jul 03, 2015