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1.6

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Released: Jun 20, 2014
Updated: Jun 20, 2014 by Seddryck
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Release Notes

The release 1.6 includes new features about tests of ETL (SSIS), testing properties (SSAS) and category inheritance within groups. About Genbi, we've added the support of test-cases sourced from queries in Genbi and the filtering of test-cases set based on column's value.

Please report all the bugs to the issues tracker to ensure they are fixed ... even if they are minor issues.

What's new ?

New features


About genbi
  • Adding an option to filter a set of test-cases based on the value of a column (also available in genbiL).
  • Add the possibility to load a set of test-cases based on a query (Mdx/Sql) in place of a CSV file.

Bug fixes

  • No bug reported in v1.5

What's cool

  • We've a continuous integration build hosted at appVeyor. This build will only run a subset of the tests, but still it's really interesting if you want to use the last builds.
  • A session about testing BI solutions with NBi will be presented at SQL Saturday at Paris the 13th of September by Cédric L. Charlier.

What's next ?

This release 1.6, is the first use to integrate some tests on SSIS. The next one will go further and will allow you to execute tests with etl running on a remote server. I'll also add a setup element to process parts of a cube (SSAS). Finally, I'm planning to support some tests about result-sets, to express easily conditions such has "If this filed is greater than X then this other field must be greater than Y".

I'm (still) working on a Release 2.0. This work is delayed to the lack of releases for NUnit 3.0 (and changes in the API). Anyway the goals are still:
  • Lot of internal refactoring meaning easier to integrate new features (mostly done)
  • Compatible with NUnit 3.0 meaning easier to setup a test suite !
  • Easier to port it to another test framework than NUnit (xUnit, Fixie, ...)
  • Easier to write helpers to compare result-sets
  • Easier to create a Visual Studio Add-in
Naturally this Release 2.0 has a big constraint linked to the availability of NUnit 3.0 (currently still not available) so no planned date for the moment.

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