Explore relations between data sources and get a full insight of your data in a blink of an eye.
Instantly realize the meaning of your data and their relations to make better decisions.
Use the gathered knowledge to rapidly implment or test your software.
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The databrowser lets you browse your data graphically. Navigate dependencies in no time and see how your data is connected.
With the tablebrowser you get a detailed view of a browsed entity set. You can apply filters and limit the entity set’s size.
Dependency trees are pre-defined dependency path that you can open in the databrowser. They help you to get very fast to the required information.
Select an entity in any browser and the selection will be propagated to all other open browsers depending on the specified references. E.g. the foreigh keys of an RDBMS.
Browse data that is distributed between different data source by just creating user-defined dependencies between the entity classes.
Create user-defined dependencies between entity classes while you are browsing and use them immediately to connect your data. User defined-dependencies can also connect data between different data source, as you might need when working with multiple interoperating applications or in a microservice architecture.
You can add attributes that are derived from other attributes to increase your analysis options. E.g. using SQL functions or even subselects.
Derived attributes can also be used as source or target attributes in user-defined dependencies.
Export entities into the most used formats like DBUnit XML and Flat-XML, SQL Scripts or Excel Files.
Get into the data core of a new software system faster. Understand integration test results or write integration tests more easy to make your software more robust.
You can benefit from datanect if you are a software developer or tester, because it supports you with a quick data overview. This will help you to easily write test assertions or validate their trueness. Our measurements show an average increase in productivity of about 70%.
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