SQL Test is over a year behind tSQLt

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SQL Test is over a year behind tSQLt

Postby AdamY » Wed Jul 31, 2013 8:59 pm

tSQLt is now on version 1.0.4941.23369 (released July 2013), but SQL Test v1.0.15.1 is still on tSQLt v1.0.4504.21220 (released May 2012). That is 2-3 versions behind. There are features tSQLt released in the last year that I need and don't have. Now I have to manually update it from tSQLt and I have no idea how that will affect my ability to use or update SQL Test.

How long does it Red Gate to update SQL Test after tSQLt releases a new version? Can that process be done faster so we have an up-to-date version?
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Postby Manfred.Castro » Thu Aug 01, 2013 9:46 pm

SQL Test 2 is slated for release in the 4th quarter of this year.
This will include the latest version of the tSQLt framework.
http://www.red-gate.com/our-company/about/news/
If you would like to request more frequent updates of the tSQLt framework within SQL Test you can do so in our uservoice forums.
http://sqltest.uservoice.com/forums/140 ... test-forum
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Work-around

Postby AdamY » Thu Aug 01, 2013 9:55 pm

For anyone reading this who wants to manually upgrade the tSQLt framework without waiting for Red Gate to update it (over a year behind now), the tSQLt folks gave me this link:
http://d-a-green.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02 ... r-sql.html
I don't know if a manual update will affect the automatic SQL Test upgrades or not.
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Postby David Priddle » Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:07 pm

Hi Adam!

We're pleased to say that we have just released a beta version of SQL Test which includes the latest version of the tSQLt framework:

http://download.red-gate.com/EAP/SQLTes ... stBeta.zip

To upgrade the tSQLt framework, right click on the database in the SQL Test window and click "Uninstall tSQLt Framework" and then reinstall it using "Add database...". None of your tests will be lost in the process.

Please let us know if you have any issues.

Best regards,

David
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