For all database developers, who would like to generate test data or mass data fast and efficiently. TDG works with ODBC-capable SQL databases. You select a table of your target database and TDG reads the table structure automatically. You simply need to add the desired data description and start the data generating process. The data description is stored in a script file. Thus you can feed the same test data into various databases. You can run as many scripts as you like in a sequence and thus feed in a complete set of test data into the database in just one simple step. You can build up a complete database scenario in just one operation. Alternatively, you can save the insert statements in an SQL file. The test data can then be generated offline with the help of standard SQL tools. This means that you can even produce test data in non-ODBC capable SQL databases. If there is no database available, the scripts can be produced manually. Advantages: * Speed in generating test data via self-analysis of existing databases. * Flexibility in generating test data. Real master-detail relations can be made visible. Possibility of exporting insert statements as SQL file. * Time-saving, easy to operate. Easy to get used to. Possibility of viewing the updated data via integrated database viewer. TDG is comprehensive - Fully compatible with both standard ODBC-capable SQL databases as well as Gupta databases via native drivers. TDG is variable - Assign random numbers and characters anywhere within your test data description. TDG is secure - Control of the test data generation via protocols. The success of your session can be checked directly by displaying the actual content of your database table with the integrated database viewer.
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