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Alexeyg
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Devart has released the first version of dbForge Data Generator for Oracle, a GUI tool for populating Oracle schemas with tons of realistic test data.

Devart, a recognized vendor of database management software, has released a new tool - dbForge Data Generator for Oracle v1.0. The product presents a GUI tool with a support of all Oracle Database versions for generating tons of realistic test data for Oracle schemas.

The tool provides an extensive collection of more than 190 basic and meaningful generators for various data types, flexible customization options, templates for creating custom generators, and much more.

The list of key product features includes:
* Support of all Oracle versions
* Full support of all essential Oracle data types
* Wide range of basic generators
* 190+ realistic generators
* User-defined generators
* Data customization for each individual generator
* SQL data integrity support
* Multiple ways to populate data
* Real-time preview of generated data
* Command-line interface

Learn more about dbForge Data Generator for Oracle at https://www.devart.com/dbforge/oracle/data-generator/

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About Devart

Devart is one of the leading developers of database tools and administration software, ALM solutions, data providers for various database servers, data integration and backup solutions. The company also implements Web and Mobile development projects.

Learn more about Devart at https://www.devart.com.



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