forSQL Data Generator enables automatic generation of test data for large scale database testing and Quality Assurance. Database developers and testers will benefit from the opportunity to fill a database with correct and realistic data sets.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:22
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Description: forSQL Data Generator is an automatic data generator for large scale database testing and Quality Assurance. It lets database developers and testers automatically generate test data to fill a database with logically correct and realistic test data. This saves countless hours and even days that would otherwise be wasted on entering and configuring the data manually.
forSQL Data Generator is easy to get started with. You should create a project that contains the information about a database, tables and fields. Then it is necessary to select the fields for testing and the method how to fill these fields. Once the configuration is over, the program is ready to generate test data. Simplicity and ease of use make the program a must-have tool for those developers who want to save efforts and time in database testing.
The best in forSQL Data Generator is its universality. Not only does it work with only one server, the program can also work with various servers using ODBC. Another best feature in forSQL Data Generator is an ability to fill fields using several different methods that range from random values to filling real data (like names of US cities) from templates. forSQL Data Generator automatically reads the information about the structure of a database, primary and secondary keys, which considerably simplifies database configuration.
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