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I've just set up VS 2013 Premium and loaded the code.  When I build it, I get errors that namespace is not found for Microsoft.Data.Schema.UnitTesting and Microsoft.Data.Schema.UnitTesting.Conditions.  I can't find a reference or dll for these namespaces on my desktop.
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I would have assumed that the issue is with the version of Visual Studio that you are using.  I believe that database unit testing comes with Premium and Ultimate, so that is not the issue.  I believe that those namespaces are for an old version, and the code is in the Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.UnitTestFramework namespace now.  I would remove the using statements, and see if the code compiles, and then try to fix the references.
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The dlls were in VS 2010 so I copied them over and it compiled.
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I would have thought that copying the files would not have been required.  Did you look at the  Microsoft.VisualStudio.QualityTools.UnitTestFramework namespace before you copied the files?
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