If you write code to SQL Server then you might be interested in this: at the end of 2017 I wrote a tSQLt tdd training course which has helped over 300 people learn both tSQLt and how to apply TDD practices to their SQL Server T-SQL development, you can join the course at https://courses.agilesql.club. The course is free if you are happy to wait 10 weeks to complete it, with 1 lesson being made available per week - if you are in more of a hurry or you would like to help support the project you can purchase the course which makes it instantly available to you.
Update new download location is https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/435e7238-0e64-4667-8980-5…
In-line TVF’s are awesome, they are a great way to reuse T-SQL code without the performance penalties of multi line TVF’s or horror of horrors Scalar Functions. Taking select statements and turning them into in-line TVF’s is actually really really simple using the TSql ScriptDom so here is another tool for the SSDT Dev Pack that lets you highlight a select statement in SSDT and generate a TVF and replace the statement with a call to the TVF.
It isn’t perfect, I totally ignore parameters and if you have a join and only want to pull out one of the statements you will need to do it manually but this will help in other situations and be a good start by creating a TVF using the correct form (returns table as select …).
So for example if we have this code:
If you choose Tools–>SSDT Dev Pack–>Extract into TVF (or do the right thing and map CTRL+K,CTRL+E) and you are given the following dialog which lets you give the function a name and a location you want it to be created in SSDT:
Finally, the TVF is created and the original statement is replace with a call to the function (whoop whoop):
Hopefully someone finds this useful, I know it is good for me :)
To grab the devpack get it from: