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Custom Configuration SQL Connection String Section

, 23 Jan 2006
This solution demonstrates enforcing valid SQL connection strings in the App.Config file.
XML Format Test Cases Executed
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1. Empty Optional SqlConnectionConfigurationSection
	Presets:
		- Comment out SqlConnectionConfigurationSection
		- Comment out appSetting "MandatorySqlConnectionConfigurationSection"
	Expected Result:
		No exceptions, no output

2. Optional SqlConnectionConfigurationSection Output
	Presets:
		- Ensure SqlConnectionConfigurationSection is not commented out
		a. Missing appSetting "MandatorySqlConnectionConfigurationSection"
			Expected Result:
				No exceptions, SqlConnectionStrings sent to CONSOLE
		b. appSetting "MandatorySqlConnectionConfigurationSection" = "false"
			Expected Result;
				No exceptions, SqlConnectionStrings sent to CONSOLE

3. Missing Mandatory SqlConnectionConfigurationSection
	Presets:
		- Comment out SqlConnectionConfigurationSection
		- Set appSetting "MandatorySqlConnectionConfigurationSection" = "true"
	Expected Result:
		Exception

4. Set invalid SqlConnectionString attribute ID
	Presets:
		- Ensure SqlConnectionConfigurationSection is not commented out
		- Change name of ID attribute for one SqlConnectionString tag to "FooBar"
	Excepted result:
		Exception

4. Invalid SqlConnectionConfigurationSection
	Presets
		- Comment out all SqlConnectionString groups
	Expected result:
		Exception

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Ted Bouskill
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