Command line tool that run specified (or available in the database) Unit Test(s). 

Syntax
  1. Return list of all available Unit Tests in the specified Netezza database:
    testrunner.exe [-s server -d database -u user -p password -e NETEZZA  -l]
     
  2. Run one unit test in Oracle database:
    testrunner.exe [-s server -d tnsname -u user -p password -e ORACLE  -t “ut_my_test”]
     
  3. Run specified unit test suites in SQL Server database, refresh unit test information to make sure all newly added unit tests are included:
    testrunner.exe [-s server -d tnsname -u user -p password -e SQLSERVER -t “Sute1, Suite2, Sute3” -r]
     
  4. Run just one unit test suite, refresh unit tests information, and execute global setup and teardown procedures: 
    testrunner.exe [-s server -d tnsname -u user -p password -e NETEZZA -t “Sute1, Suite2, Sute3” -r -g ]
     
  5. Run all available in the XYZ schema unit tests in Oracle database:
    testrunner.exe [-s server -d tnsname -u user -p password -c XYZ -e ORACLE  -t]
     
Parameters

-s:     Specifies the Server where unit test are located;
-d:     Specifies Database Name where unit test are located;
-u:     Specifies the User Login ID that will run unit tests;
-p:     Specifies user Password;
-e:     Specifies Unit Testing Environment. Allowable values are: NETEZZA, ORACLE, or SQLSERVER;
-l:     Returns the list of all Unit Tests in the specified database;
-t:     Runs specified Unit Tests or Unit Test Suits. The coma separated list of the tests or test suits should follow parameter. If list of tests has not been supplied, tool will run all available Unit Tests (default behavior);
-r:     Configures DBTD framework to refresh the list of available Unit Tests. The refresh will happen before running the tests. Default value is “True”;
-g:     Configures DBTD Framework to run Global Setup and Teardown procedures. Default value is “True”;
-c:     Specifies what Unit Test schema/owner should be used. If not specified then login Id information is used;
-help:     Prints the help screen.

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