Code Tester for Oracle® 3.2
These release notes provide information about the Code Tester for Oracle release.
Code Tester for Oracle is a tool to help you test Oracle® code, written in the PL/SQL language. Code testing is generally acknowledged to be one of the biggest challenges and disappointments in the world of software.
We all know we should test our code. More than that, we all want to test our code, but there are many challenges to implementing a strong regression test of our code.
These challenges include having to write a large volume of test code, keeping that test code in synch with our application code as it changes, verifying the results of running our tests, and more.
Code Tester for Oracle tackles these challenges by making it easy to define your tests, generate your test code, and run the tests, all within an easy-to-use graphical interface.
The bottom line with Code Tester: you don't write test code. You describe your tests, and the tool then generates the test code (as a PL/SQL package) that implements your test definition.
Code Tester 3.2 is a minor release, with enhanced features and functionality.
There are no new features in this release.
Code Tester now can save a test definition from the Run Window with REF CURSOR as an outcome argument. This eliminates the need to code part of test definition source code when a REF CURSOR had to be tested.
|Team Coding now supports merge of unit tests. When a versioned test definition is updated directly in Code Tester and changes are saved, a merge dialog is shown where you can resolve using either the database or working version, then check in the resolved file.||CTO-500|
|Added auto check-out for when a versioned unit test is opened, and auto-check-in (and save) when a versioned unit test is closed.||CTO-503|
|Resolved issue||Issue ID|
'Database’ dropdown doesn’t work most of the time
|XPath not found in XML error||CTO-491|
|Ref cursor evolution error||CTO-507|
|Replace %schema names in import||CTO-513|