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dbForge Data Generator for Oracle is a small but mighty GUI tool for populating Oracle schemas with tons of realistic test data. With extensive collection of basic and meaningful generators for various data types, flexible customization options, templates for creating your own generators, the tool delivers flawless data generation in a well-designed user interface. Key features: *Full support for essential column data types (NUMBER, VARCHAR2, NVARCHAR2, CHAR, NCHAR DATE, TIMESTAMP, INTERVAL YEAR TO MONTH, INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND, BLOB, CLOB, NCLOB, XMLTYPE) *Basic generators (Constant, Files Folder, Foreign Key, Lorem Ipsum, Regular Expression, Shuffled Text, SQL Query, Table or View, Text File, Twaddle, Weighted Lists) *Flexible data customization (number of NULL values, number of empty values, data uniqueness, value ranges, value distribution mode) *Data integrity support *Domain integrity support *Multiple ways to populate data *Meaningful generators *User-defined generators *Command-line interface

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