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databene benerator

Benerator is a performance test data generation tool. It can be used to completely synthesize test data or import and anonymize production data. Its emphasis is on generating valid data even for complex constraints and on being platform-independent. You can define generators for your business domain, exchange them freely (under GPL) with colleagues, and reuse them for creating data for different target platforms. It is highly extendable, supporting a wide range of service provider interfaces, and can execute scripts in JavaScript, Ruby, Python, Groovy, and other script languages.

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Release Notes: This release fixes several major and minor bugs, particularly some which were introduced in 0.8.0 and prevented proper execution on Windows systems. When using 0.8.0, an upgrade is strongly recommended. Person data generation has been extended to support Belgium, China, South Korea, the Ukraine, and Slovakia.

Release Notes: This release fixes several major bugs and adds the feature of retrieving data from a specific tab in an Excel document.

  •  12 Apr 2012 22:05

    Release Notes: This release brings a new hierarchical data generation and retrieval mechanism to support mongoDB and supports a scope mechanism for more sophisticated generator life cycle control. Libraries can now be distributed with generation projects. Several database-related bugs and performance issues were fixed.

    Release Notes: This release provides major bugfixes and minor improvements in error handling, fallback strategies, and database metadata access performance.

    •  21 Oct 2011 20:30

    Release Notes: Benerator can now handle arbitrarily large DbUnit files.

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