TestBase.AdoNet 5.0.0

TestBase.AdoNet

TestBase.FakeDb
------------------
Fake and verify AdoNet queries and commands
```
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<TFakeData>; )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<Tuple<TFakeDataForTable1,TFakeDataForTable2>> )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(fakeData, new[] {"FieldName1", FieldName2"})
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForExecuteNonQuery(rowsAffected)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveSelected("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveDeleted("tableName", whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveInvoked(cmd => predicate(cmd))
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveExecutedStoredProcedure("name")
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveXXX().ShouldHaveParameter("name", value)
- fakeDbConnection.Verify(x=>x.CommandText.Matches("Insert [case] .*") && x.Parameters["id"].Value==1)
```

TestBase.RecordingDb
--------------------
* `new RecordingDbConnection(IDbConnection)` helps you profile Ado.Net Db calls


See also
- TestBase
- TestBase.Mvc
- TestBase.AdoNet
- Serilog.Sinks.ListOfString
- Extensions.Logging.ListOfString

Install-Package TestBase.AdoNet -Version 5.0.0
dotnet add package TestBase.AdoNet --version 5.0.0
<PackageReference Include="TestBase.AdoNet" Version="5.0.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add TestBase.AdoNet --version 5.0.0
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TestBase gives you a flying start with

  • fluent assertions that are easy to extend
  • sharp error messages
  • tools to help you test with "heavyweight" dependencies on
    • AspNet.Mvc or AspNetCore Contexts
    • HttpClient
    • Ado.Net
    • Streams & Logging
  • Mix & match with your favourite test runners and assertions.

TestBase.AdoNet

TestBase.FakeDb

Fake and verify AdoNet queries and commands

- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<TFakeData>; )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<Tuple<TFakeDataForTable1,TFakeDataForTable2>> )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(fakeData, new[] {"FieldName1", FieldName2"})
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuerySingleColumn(new []{"1","row2"})
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuerySingleScaler("Scalar")
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForExecuteNonQuery(rowsAffected)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveSelected("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveDeleted("tableName", whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveInvoked(cmd => predicate(cmd))
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveExecutedStoredProcedure("name", [Optional] predicate)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveExecutedStoredProcedureWithParameter("name", predicateOnParameter)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveXXX().ShouldHaveParameter("name", value)
- fakeDbConnection.Verify(x=>x.CommandText.Matches("Insert [case] .*") && x.Parameters["id"].Value==1)

TestBase.RecordingDb

  • new RecordingDbConnection(IDbConnection) helps you profile Ado.Net Db calls

Chainable fluent assertions get you to the point concisely:

UnitUnderTest.Action()
  .ShouldNotBeNull()
  .ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(new {Id=1, Descr=expected}, ignoreList )
  .Payload
    .ShouldMatchIgnoringCase("I expected this")
	.Should(someOtherPredicate);
	.Items
      .ShouldAll(predicate)
	  .ShouldContain(item)
	  .ShouldNotContain(predicate)
	  .Where(predicate)
	  .SingleOrAssertFail()

.ShouldEqualByValue().ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(...).ShouldEqualByValueOnMembers()
  work with all kinds of object and collections, and report what differed.
string.ShouldMatch(pattern).ShouldNotMatch().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty()
.ShouldNotBeNullOrEmptyOrWhiteSpace().ShouldEqualIgnoringCase()
.ShouldContain().ShouldStartWith().ShouldEndWith().ShouldBeContainedIn().ShouldBeOneOf().ShouldNotBeOneOf()
numeric.ShouldBeBetween().ShouldEqualWithTolerance()....GreaterThan....LessThan...GreaterOrEqualTo ...
ienumerable.ShouldAll().ShouldContain().ShouldNotContain().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty() ...
stream.ShouldHaveSameStreamContentAs().ShouldContain()
value.ShouldBe().ShouldNotBe().ShouldBeOfType().ShouldBeAssignableTo()...

See also

TestBase gives you a flying start with

  • fluent assertions that are easy to extend
  • sharp error messages
  • tools to help you test with "heavyweight" dependencies on
    • AspNet.Mvc or AspNetCore Contexts
    • HttpClient
    • Ado.Net
    • Streams & Logging
  • Mix & match with your favourite test runners and assertions.

TestBase.AdoNet

TestBase.FakeDb

Fake and verify AdoNet queries and commands

- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<TFakeData>; )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<Tuple<TFakeDataForTable1,TFakeDataForTable2>> )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(fakeData, new[] {"FieldName1", FieldName2"})
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuerySingleColumn(new []{"1","row2"})
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuerySingleScaler("Scalar")
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForExecuteNonQuery(rowsAffected)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveSelected("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveDeleted("tableName", whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveInvoked(cmd => predicate(cmd))
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveExecutedStoredProcedure("name", [Optional] predicate)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveExecutedStoredProcedureWithParameter("name", predicateOnParameter)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveXXX().ShouldHaveParameter("name", value)
- fakeDbConnection.Verify(x=>x.CommandText.Matches("Insert [case] .*") && x.Parameters["id"].Value==1)

TestBase.RecordingDb

  • new RecordingDbConnection(IDbConnection) helps you profile Ado.Net Db calls

Chainable fluent assertions get you to the point concisely:

UnitUnderTest.Action()
  .ShouldNotBeNull()
  .ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(new {Id=1, Descr=expected}, ignoreList )
  .Payload
    .ShouldMatchIgnoringCase("I expected this")
	.Should(someOtherPredicate);
	.Items
      .ShouldAll(predicate)
	  .ShouldContain(item)
	  .ShouldNotContain(predicate)
	  .Where(predicate)
	  .SingleOrAssertFail()

.ShouldEqualByValue().ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(...).ShouldEqualByValueOnMembers()
  work with all kinds of object and collections, and report what differed.
string.ShouldMatch(pattern).ShouldNotMatch().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty()
.ShouldNotBeNullOrEmptyOrWhiteSpace().ShouldEqualIgnoringCase()
.ShouldContain().ShouldStartWith().ShouldEndWith().ShouldBeContainedIn().ShouldBeOneOf().ShouldNotBeOneOf()
numeric.ShouldBeBetween().ShouldEqualWithTolerance()....GreaterThan....LessThan...GreaterOrEqualTo ...
ienumerable.ShouldAll().ShouldContain().ShouldNotContain().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty() ...
stream.ShouldHaveSameStreamContentAs().ShouldContain()
value.ShouldBe().ShouldNotBe().ShouldBeOfType().ShouldBeAssignableTo()...

See also

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FixtureBase
Don't spend hours writing code to mock a dozen dependencies, and more hours debugging it. Just write your test code, and let FixtureBase create the dependencies for you. FixtureBase constructs your UnitUnderTest to test your codebase end-to-end, with external dependencies auto-faked and automatically injected in just the right place; even constructor dependencies that are several layers deep. You just write your tests: ``` public class FixtureBaseExample : FixtureBaseWithDbAndHttpFor<AUseCase> { [Fact] public void UUTSendsDataToDb() { var newDatum = new Datum{Id=99, Name="New!" }; UnitUnderTest.InsertDb(newDatum); Db.ShouldHaveInserted("Data",newDatum); } [Fact] public void UUTreturnsDataFromDbQuerySingleColumn() { var dbData = new[] { "row1", "row2", "row3", "row4"}; Db.SetUpForQuerySingleColumn(dbData); UnitUnderTest.FromDbStrings().ShouldEqualByValue(dbData); } [Fact] public async Task UUTGetHttpReturnsDataFromService() { var contentFromService = "IGotThis!"; HttpClient .Setup(m => true) .Returns(new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.OK) {Content = new StringContent(contentFromService)}); (await UnitUnderTest.GetHttp()).ShouldBe(contentFromService); HttpClient.Verify(x=>x.Method==HttpMethod.Get); } } ```   The included examples demonstrate FixtureBases for applications which depend on Ado.Net IDbConnections and on HttpClient network connections. - To create your own FixtureBase with your own preferred Fakes, see the examples at <https://github.com/chrisfcarroll/ActivateAnything/blob/master/FixtureBase/FixtureExample.cs.md> - For how it's done, see <https://github.com/chrisfcarroll/ActivateAnything/blob/master/FixtureBase/FixtureBase.cs> Construction is done by - [ActivateAnything](https://www.nuget.org/packages/ActivateAnything)   Faking is done by - [TestBase.AdoNet](https://www.nuget.org/packages/TestBase.AdoNet) - [TestBase.HttpClient.Fake](https://www.nuget.org/packages/TestBase.HttpClient.Fake) For more tools focussed on cutting the cost of unit testing, see also: - [TestBase](https://www.nuget.org/packages/TestBase) - [TestBase.AspNetCore.Mvc](https://www.nuget.org/packages/TestBase.AspNetCore.Mvc) - [TestBase-Mvc](https://www.nuget.org/packages/TestBase-Mvc) - [TestBase.AdoNet](https://www.nuget.org/packages/TestBase.AdoNet) - [TestBase.HttpClient.Fake](https://www.nuget.org/packages/TestBase.HttpClient.Fake) - [Serilog.Sinks.ListOfString](https://www.nuget.org/packages/Serilog.Sinks.Listofstring) - [Extensions.Logging.ListOfString](https://www.nuget.org/packages/Extensions.Logging.ListOfString)

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