Firebird Randdom Data Generator For Linux and Windows designed with brand new concept is released for download/test.
- UPDATE OR INSERT INTO for Firebird 2.1+
- preview of the random test data
- use standard SQL script to generate random data
- create/save standard SQL script when generating/inserting random data
- save/load the SQL script/ embed user defined constants in the SQL script
- user defined starting number for the auto-incremental filed (min. 0),
- and can continue from the end number for next round of inserting.
- save/load the user defined random test data variable definition file.
- execute any standard SQL DDL script./enable/disable triggers.
- a data grid to review the populated data of the database.
- connect to Max. 4 database simultaneously
- populate multiple tables simultaneously in all connected databases (Max.4),
- keeping the Primary Key and Foreign Key relations within database,
- and across all the connected databases.
- insert user defined files as random test data to blob field, across all
- connected databases./embed fixed string into CHAR/VAR/BLOB data-type so that
- user may test ‘searching’ function in database.
- and much more..
You are welcome to download and test
I have updated the example and steps for mono 2.6/2.10
This version doesn’t include the recompile from scratch instructions for the driver (seems to work only from the windows side)
Since Intebase 6 release of the source code, Firebird created a lot of changes and additions to the engine.
The only updates that we see today, are small references for new or changed features for specific version.
Further more, the time has changed, and wiki, and other format of documentation should also be in place, including the ability of users to comment and even share how to things in the proper page.
So what do you think on this ?
This is a minor revision with added description and simple example
Hi all, After a huge delay of almost half a year, the Firebird 2.5 LangRef Update is finally ready!
I’ve asked Olga to add it to the doc index at http://www.firebirdsql.org/en/reference-manuals/ and post a news item.
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