Practical MySQL and PostgreSQL Database Testing
Put your skills as a database administrator and developer to the test.
A database is a structured collection of information that can be easily accessed, managed, and updated. Computer databases are typically collections of data records or files that contain information about specific sales transactions or interactions with customers.
A database is simply a collection of information that has been organized. It is similar to a school attendance book in that we can obtain the student and information about the student in the same way that a database stores various data types.
We can filter this data using SQL (Structured Query Language). SQL (Structured Query Language) helps retrieve, insert, update, and delete data from a database. We can store large amounts of data in the database and retrieve it in seconds.
Why do we need database automation?
Test Data – Instead of Excel or properties, JSON/XML files, we can store the data in a database; retrieval would be faster in the case of a database if we were trying to get a large set of data.
Front and back end connectivity – We sometimes need to double-check that the information we submitted/deleted/updated on the front end is reaching the back end for future use. Details may fail during parsing in some cases; in such cases, details will not reach the database.
Faster Testing – Manually testing simple database tasks can take a long time and effort; to avoid this, we can use database automation testing.
Who this course is for:
- IT Project Managers
- IT Students
- Computer science students
- Database administrator
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