utPLSQL is an open-source testing framework for PL/SQL and SQL
It allow for automated testing of:
- Anything else that can be execute and observed from PL/SQL
utPLSQL is developed 100% voluntarily and embraces a Code of Conduct.
While the framework exists since 1999, the current version 3 got completely rewritten in 2016 by passionate members of the community, using the object-oriented capabilities of the Oracle database to make it more consistent with other *Unit frameworks (e.g. JUnit for Java).
This had significant impact on the syntax and the way the framework can be used.
Major Active Maintainers
|Jacek Gebal||Project lead|
Many thanks to all the contributors.
Prior Major Contributors
|Steven Feuerstein||Original Author|
The utPLSQL project is community-driven and is not commercially motivated. Nonetheless, donations and other contributions are always welcome, and are detailed below.
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