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Generating Meaningful Test Data Using a MySQL Function

Ronald Speelman:

You can use this MySQL function to generate names, (e-mail)addresses, phone numbers, urls, bit values, colors, IP address, etc.. As usual, the code is provided in a zipfile and the code is fully documented.

The last couple of days I’ve been looking for generating some good test data in JSON format1, so if you are aware of something please drop me a note.


  1. Right now I’m using as input a corpus of combines JSON files I’ve found online, but I’m not happy with the solution. 

Original title and link: Generating Meaningful Test Data Using a MySQL Function (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://moinne.com/blog/ronald/mysql/howto-generate-meaningful-test-data-using-a-mysql-function