Test Data Generation Features
GenRocket surpassess TDM (Test Data Management) functionality by offering faster test data generation, more flexible test data options, real time test data generation so test data does not have to be stored and becomes stale, and licenses that are priced so all of your testers and engineers can afford their own licenses.
Easily Import and update your data model
- Easily import your data model to the GenRocket Web Application
- Supports data models of any level of complexity
- Easily update your data model in GenRocket as your data model changes
Maintain Complex Parent-Child Relationships
- GenRocket’s test data generation can handle simple to very complex relationship models.
- Including parent, child, and sibling relations and always with referential integrity
Query production data
- Easily import your production data into the GenRocket platform and use that data alone or combine it with synthetic data.
Customize Data Creation
- Generators have the ability to talk to each other to generate more complex data including conditioned test data that follows specific business rules and logic
- Example Generators: financial, calendar, business logic, user, geographic test data
- There are over 100 different Generators to choose from and growing. See the full list here
- We can quickly accommodate requests for new types of data generators from our customers. If you don’t see the type of test data you need, let us know here.
Extensible Data Output
- Extensible output of your test data with GenRocket Receivers
- Can output to multiple data formats at the same time
- Example Receivers: XML, SQL, and CSV
- GenRocket uses a realtime engine to talk over REST, JDBC, and Web Services
- Over 20 different Receivers to choose from and growing. See the full list here
- We can quickly accommodate requests for new types of data formats from our customers. If you don’t see the type of test data you need, let us know here.
- Easily copy an entire project version for each software release
- This includes all Domains, Attributes, Generators, Receivers, and Scenarios