SQL Test

SQL Test 1.5 release notes

Version 1.5.2 - 5th July, 2016


  • Updating to this version will start a new trial period
  • New feature usage reporting. Opt in/out from Help > Help us improve our products...
  • Updated icons and splash screen
  • No need to restart SSMS after activating
  • Support for SSMS 2016
  • Requires .NET 4 runtime to be installed
  • Updated UI - now on one tab, with product switcher


  • Clicking on the systray icon when updates are available for SQL Test now shows the updates window
  • Clicking on 'Add a database' in SSMS 2016 when the OE is blank no longer just crashes

Version 1.5.1 - 17th November, 2015


  • Updated to the latest version of tSQLt
  • Updated icons and splash screen


  • SQT-464: Erroring and failing tests no longer show as passing with updated versions of tSQLt

Version 1.5 - 25th February, 2014


  • SSMS 2014 support
  • Latest tSQLt framework is included

    Upgrading the tSQLt framework

    You need to manually upgrade the framework for any databases you were using with SQL Test 1.0.

     To do this:

    1. In the SQL Test window, right-click the database and click Uninstall tSQLt Framework.
    2. On the confirmation dialog box, click OK.
    3. In the SQL Test window, click .
    4. On the Add database to SQL Test dialog box, select the database and click Add database.
    5. On the Install tSQLt Framework dialog box, click OK.
  • Additional SQLCop tests are included

    To get the additional tests for a database you were using with SQL Test 1.0, in the SQL Test window, right-click the database and then click Add SQLCop Static Analysis Tests.

  • You can now stop a running test
  • You can now rename test classes
  • Various UI improvements


 Various bug fixes including: 

  • Fixes for SSMS crashes
  • Fix for duplication of test results in messages window
  • Process name is now listed as SQL Test

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