If there’s one thing that 2016 has taught us is that rules (and in some cases, rulers) are made for breaking. Oh, and that it’s worth putting a fiver on when you see odds of 5000-1 on Leicester winning the League.
Having lacked the foresight to benefit from that last lesson, I’ve spent several months looking at Unit Testing frameworks for PL/SQL. In the course of this odyssey I’ve covered:
There is method in the madness. It’s now clear that Donald Trump’s reluctance to commit to the Paris Climate Change Accord is because US methane emissions have been hugely under estimated. Yes, it turns out that there are many more Shy Trumpers in America than (almost) anyone expected.
Meanwhile, back in the UK we know that Brexit means Brexit but we still don’t know what Brexit means.
In amongst the chaos, UKIP have decided to take a fresh approach to the business of selecting a leader. This time, they’re staging a Cage Match.
Taking a leaf out of UKIP’s book I’ve decided to take a slightly unusual approach to Unit Testing my PL/SQL code.
Having looked at the SQLDeveloper Unit Testing Tool and utPLSQL, both of which utilise the database to persist objects, this time, I’m taking a look at a framework which takes a rather less database-centric approach, namely ruby-plsql-spec.
What I’ll be looking at is :
Installation of the framework and required components