Projects / DBMonster


DBMonster is a tool which helps database application developers with tuning the structure of the database, tuning the usage of indexes, and testing the application performance under heavy database load. DBMonster generates as much random data as you wish and puts it into an SQL database. It provides a very pluggable interface and is trivial to use.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Jan 2005 15:35

    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug concerning an infinite loop in ForeignKeyGenerator applied to self-references tables.

    •  26 May 2004 02:44

      Release Notes: The console launcher now handles the -f and -l command line switches properly. A simple constant values generator was added and experimental transparent SQL type recognition was introduced, which should fix the problems with NULL values on Oracle.

      •  22 May 2004 20:43

        Release Notes: The project was split into two subprojects: dbmonster-core, which contains the main framework and standalone console application, and dbmonster-ant, which contains an Ant task. Optional user-defined script execution was added before and after the generation process. Minor bugs were fixed. This release comes without a GUI.

        •  23 Dec 2003 09:44

          Release Notes: This release provides simple database schema support, fixes some bugs introduces in previous version and adds an "SQL extended types" support to handle database specific data types.

          •  08 Nov 2003 01:38

            Release Notes: This release fixes the "autocommit" problem when working with MySQL databases. No other changes have been made.


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