Cached Datasets And ssisUnit

Bartosz Ratajczyk shows how to store result sets in a test file with ssisUnit:

The ssisUnit GUI does not support creating the persisted dataset. If you switch the IsResultsStored flag to true on the dataset’s properties, it gives a warning “The expected dataset’s (<the dataset name>) stored results does not contain data. Populate the Results data table before executing.” during the test run.

To find out more about it, take a look at the source code.

This is a nice explanation of a current limitation in the tool and a workaround.

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