This is a demo project for my blog post about using SQL Server Compact Edition 4.0 in unit tests.
The unit tests will create a new database, from scratch using Entity Framework, and populate it before every test. This way code can be tested even if it depends on the database.
See the related blog article at http://blog.rebuildall.net/2014/06/24/Unit_testing_database_code
The code is free to use and comes with no warranties. Basically MIT License.
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