Quest Code Tester for Oracle
Finn Ellebæk Nielsen blogged with Steven Feuerstein about automated testing of PL/SQL and SQL on Quest Software's official blog for Quest Code Tester for Oracle (Wayback Machine capture 19 Dec 2014) May 2009 through May 2011.
The blog Real Automated Code Testing for Oracle (prefix the links to blog posts with
http://web.archive.org/web/20130424065324id_/) was part of Toad World. It was lost at some point in 2013 following the Dell Software acquisition of Quest Software in 2012. All the blog links on this page refer to the latest version captured from Wayback Machine (24 Apr 2013).
|Date ||Title ||Description|
|02 May||Comparing Datasets||Best practices for comparing datasets with Quest Code Tester for Oracle|
|08 Apr||Oracle Database 11g Express Edition Beta Released||Oracle has recently released Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Express Edition Beta|
|03 Feb||Continuous Integration Part 2||How to deploy Test Definitions as part of a Continuous Integration Build process|
|14 Dec||Installing Multiple Versions of Quest Code Tester||A few tips on how to handle installations of multiple QCTO versions on the same Windows client and the same Oracle instance|
|13 Jan||Continuous Integration||A short introduction to Continuous Integration (CI) and a description of how to integrate testing Oracle code with QCTO in a CI environment|
|14 Sep||Test Amount||Best practices for determining test amount required through analysis of product risk|
|28 Jul||Test Approach||Best practices for a test approach that implements the policy and strategy for Oracle code laid out in a previous blog post|
|04 Jul||Test Policy and Strategy||Best practices for establishing a test policy, as well as a test strategy for Oracle code|
|17 May||Reasons for Testing Oracle Code in the Database||Reasons for testing Oracle code in the database|
|10 May||Code Tester Blog - Introduction||Steven Feuerstein introduces the new blog on Real Automated Code Testing for Oracle|
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