sed -re "s/<[A-Za-z]/\\n&/g"
If I create/save a project, then add tables to the database, then reopen the project, the new tables are automatically selected for generating random data. This is BAD! Smile
Lionel wrote:Also sorry but I did not understand what you mean by.If I create/save a project, then add tables to the database, then reopen the project, the new tables are automatically selected for generating random data. This is BAD!
I probably am having dificulty as it is 19:52 on a Friday . Do you mean when you add new tables they are selected as part of the generation?
Lionel wrote:I will try to have a look into some of these issues next week ni a little more depth as some of the issues like number 14 should not happen at all. Have you definatly got the 'Allow null values' checkbox unchecked?
benhall wrote:Thank you very much for all of the feedback! It has been really useful.
benhall wrote:4) On the table generation settings, you can define what should happen if the data is invalid - for example too large for the column. I recommend that you switch this to truncate data instead of skip row which will solve your problem without having to modify the regex.
benhall wrote:6) Could you suggest any alternatives on how you would have liked to solve this scenario? Do you think a different type of generator is required for example?
benhall wrote:12) You can configure this behaviour in the application options, under project setup however I'm not sure this is the best place for the setting.
benhall wrote:13) I am unable to replicate this. Have you configure the generator with any SQL text or connection setting?
benhall wrote:16) Could you please confirm which Set unique option you mean? Is is the "All key values unique" option?
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