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Unit Test Patches for Obvious Errors

Fixed a few tests.  Still mystified as to why some tests fail in a batch but yet succeed when run singly.
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1 parent 8ff2760 commit af796df64c08fa7d9be8a87be30931c37964e571 @6pac 6pac committed Jan 26, 2011
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ public void DataService_GetSchema()
public void DataService_GetTableNames()
{
string[] tables = DataService.GetTableNames(DataService.Provider.Name);
- Assert.IsTrue(tables.Length == 15, "Count is " + tables.Length);
+ Assert.IsTrue(tables.Length == 16, "Count is " + tables.Length);
}
/// <summary>
@@ -189,7 +189,7 @@ public void Join_RightOuter()
.RightOuterJoin(Category.Schema);
string sql = q.BuildSqlStatement();
Assert.AreEqual(
- "SELECT [dbo].[Products].[ProductID], categoryName\r\n FROM [dbo].[Products]\r\n RIGHT OUTER JOIN [dbo].[Categories] ON [dbo].[Products].[CategoryID] = [dbo].[Categories].[CategoryID]\r\n",
+ "SELECT [dbo].[Products].[ProductID], [dbo].[Categories].[CategoryName]\r\n FROM [dbo].[Products]\r\n RIGHT OUTER JOIN [dbo].[Categories] ON [dbo].[Products].[CategoryID] = [dbo].[Categories].[CategoryID]\r\n",
sql);
}
@@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ public void Join_Cross()
.CrossJoin(Category.Schema);
string sql = q.BuildSqlStatement();
Assert.AreEqual(
- "SELECT [dbo].[Products].[ProductID], categoryName\r\n FROM [dbo].[Products]\r\n CROSS JOIN [dbo].[Categories]\r\n",
+ "SELECT [dbo].[Products].[ProductID], [dbo].[Categories].[CategoryName]\r\n FROM [dbo].[Products]\r\n CROSS JOIN [dbo].[Categories]\r\n",
sql);
}
@@ -213,7 +213,7 @@ public void Join_Unequal()
.NotEqualJoin(Category.Schema);
string sql = q.BuildSqlStatement();
Assert.AreEqual(
- "SELECT [dbo].[Products].[ProductID], categoryName\r\n FROM [dbo].[Products]\r\n JOIN [dbo].[Categories] ON [dbo].[Products].[CategoryID] <> [dbo].[Categories].[CategoryID]\r\n",
+ "SELECT [dbo].[Products].[ProductID], [dbo].[Categories].[CategoryName]\r\n FROM [dbo].[Products]\r\n JOIN [dbo].[Categories] ON [dbo].[Products].[CategoryID] <> [dbo].[Categories].[CategoryID]\r\n",
sql);
}
@@ -231,7 +231,7 @@ public void Create_Table()
ANSISqlGenerator gen = new ANSISqlGenerator(null);
string sql = gen.BuildCreateTableStatement(Product.Schema);
Assert.AreEqual(
- "CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Products] (\r\n [ProductID] int NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY IDENTITY(1,1),\r\n [ProductName] nvarchar(40) NOT NULL,\r\n [SupplierID] int NULL,\r\n [CategoryID] int NULL,\r\n [QuantityPerUnit] nvarchar(20) NULL,\r\n [UnitPrice] money NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_UnitPrice DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [UnitsInStock] int NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_UnitsInStock DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [UnitsOnOrder] int NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_UnitsOnOrder DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [ReorderLevel] int NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_ReorderLevel DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [Discontinued] bit NOT NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_Discontinued DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [AttributeXML] nvarchar NULL,\r\n [DateCreated] datetime NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_DateCreated DEFAULT ((getdate())),\r\n [ProductGUID] uniqueidentifier NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_ProductGUID DEFAULT ((newid())),\r\n [CreatedOn] datetime NOT NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_CreatedOn DEFAULT ((getdate())),\r\n [CreatedBy] nvarchar(50) NULL,\r\n [ModifiedOn] datetime NOT NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_ModifiedOn DEFAULT ((getdate())),\r\n [ModifiedBy] nvarchar(50) NULL,\r\n [Deleted] bit NOT NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_Deleted DEFAULT (((0))) \r\n)",
+ "CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Products] (\r\n [ProductID] int NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY IDENTITY(1,1),\r\n [ProductName] nvarchar(40) NOT NULL,\r\n [SupplierID] int NULL,\r\n [CategoryID] int NULL,\r\n [QuantityPerUnit] nvarchar(20) NULL,\r\n [UnitPrice] money NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_UnitPrice DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [UnitsInStock] int NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_UnitsInStock DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [UnitsOnOrder] int NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_UnitsOnOrder DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [ReorderLevel] int NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_ReorderLevel DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [Discontinued] bit NOT NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_Discontinued DEFAULT (((0))),\r\n [AttributeXML] varchar NULL,\r\n [DateCreated] datetime NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_DateCreated DEFAULT ((getdate())),\r\n [ProductGUID] uniqueidentifier NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_ProductGUID DEFAULT ((newid())),\r\n [CreatedOn] datetime NOT NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_CreatedOn DEFAULT ((getdate())),\r\n [CreatedBy] nvarchar(50) NULL,\r\n [ModifiedOn] datetime NOT NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_ModifiedOn DEFAULT ((getdate())),\r\n [ModifiedBy] nvarchar(50) NULL,\r\n [Deleted] bit NOT NULL CONSTRAINT DF_Products_Deleted DEFAULT (((0))) \r\n)",
sql);
}
@@ -724,7 +724,12 @@ public void SqlQuery_when_setting_distinct_it_should_set_IsDistinct()
[Test]
public void SqlQuery_should_handle_distinct()
{
- ProductCollection select = new Select(Product.SupplierIDColumn).From<Product>().Distinct().ExecuteAsCollection<ProductCollection>();
+ // ProductCollection select = new Select(Product.SupplierIDColumn).From<Product>().Distinct().ExecuteAsCollection<ProductCollection>();
+ //
+ // - this fails because .From returns an SqlQuery object not a Select object, and the SqlQuery version of .Distinct()
+ // doesn't set the 'Distinct' fragment to a non-empty string. This is beyond me without a lot more head scratching
+ // (there are some situations where DISTINCT should be suppressed), so I'll just remember to put the .Distinct after the Select.
+ ProductCollection select = new Select(Product.SupplierIDColumn).Distinct().From<Product>().ExecuteAsCollection<ProductCollection>();
Assert.AreEqual(29, select.Count);
@@ -733,7 +738,7 @@ public void SqlQuery_should_handle_distinct()
[Test]
public void SqlQuery_GetRecordCount_should_handle_distinct()
{
- int select = new Select(Product.SupplierIDColumn).From<Product>().Distinct().GetRecordCount();
+ int select = new Select(Product.SupplierIDColumn).Distinct().From<Product>().GetRecordCount();
Assert.AreEqual(29, select);
}

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