In most situations, the process of testing a database-driven application requires that application forms, tables and lists be populated with realistically looking data. Having meaningful names, addresses and other values is a lot better than filling them with gibberish — this way, you get to see the application the way it will look on users’ screens and notice data output issues a lot easier. If you are a software developer or QA specialist, take a look at Advanced Data Generator, a tool that solves this problem in an elegant and efficient manner.
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