Test Driven Development for a Business Intelligence Project with Crystal Reports
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by Eric Landes
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Part I of this article has shown my approach to Test Driven Development of a Business Intelligence project using Crystal Reports. Part I sets up the initial tests to introduce you to the methods I use in TDD BI projects. Part II will introduce more complex testing of the Report, including comparing report output to data obtained directly from the database.

Below I have included a listing of resources for Test Driven Development. These have helped me in getting started with TDD.

Test Driven Resources

Books

Test Driven Development: By Example by Kent Beck

Test-Driven Development in Microsoft .NET by James W. Newkirk

Web Resources

Explanation of TDD by Scott Ambler

Testdriven.com, a web site of TDD news


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Title: Sales trends   
Name: William
Date: 8/24/2005 2:10:09 AM
Comment:
The codings and explanations provided are pretty comprehensive. Is there any way to run a report for sales for 2 weeks from 1 January to 14 January 2002 ? From such, i would be able to see the sales figs for wk 1 and 2, which i can determine the trends.




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