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By mswatcher
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Published: Oct 24 2012 / 14:57

Databases in tests is an annoying, yet necessary component if you truly want to create accurate integration tests. I’m not too much of a fan of employing alternate databases in tests (SQLite in place of SQL Server), simply because I don’t trust that my tests will pass in a production environment. However, I have seen folks use SQLite locally and SQL Server on the server. I’m just not a fan personally.
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