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How to Test Code's Database flexibility

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Hello ,Every Body!
I'm a newbie in software test.Currently, I'm immgrant some code from
Oracle to SqlServer,I'm bothered how to test the new code's flexibility
to SqlServer.
The Situation is:
[Code Content]
From Front Control which gather user input to back core which assemble

Sql statement.
[Code Defect]
The Code have originally adapted pattern for cross database, but
however during the development,some code may be Oracle specified.
Thanks For Your Help!

Jul 21 '05 #1
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My advice: Move all data access to stored procs. You can migrate a good deal
of the code to SQL, but may have to tweak the proc to compile. Then, you are
are cross platform enabled. Other option: Only ANSI-92 compliant SQL in your
"ad hoc" queries (embedded queries).
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Gregory A. Beamer
MVP; MCP: +I, SE, SD, DBA

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"rh******@mail.com" wrote:
Hello ,Every Body!
I'm a newbie in software test.Currently, I'm immgrant some code from
Oracle to SqlServer,I'm bothered how to test the new code's flexibility
to SqlServer.
The Situation is:
[Code Content]
From Front Control which gather user input to back core which assemble

Sql statement.
[Code Defect]
The Code have originally adapted pattern for cross database, but
however during the development,some code may be Oracle specified.
Thanks For Your Help!

Jul 21 '05 #2

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