Projects contain no customer data. Projects contain aspects of your data model as reflected in the GenRocket 5 key components: the Domains, Attributes, Generators, Receivers and Scenarios that will generate data for your testing use cases.
When should Test Data Projects be used?
Test Data Projects contain the data model for each application or database you want to generate test data for in GenRocket. A project represents one data model. For example, if you want to generate test data for a Customer Database, this would be a single test data project.
How do I use Test Data Projects?
- Log in and access the Project Dashboard
- Create a new Project
- Import or Create your Data Model
- Establish Referential Integrity through Parent-Child-Sibling Relationships
Note: To learn how to create a new Project, please see this article: How to create a Test Data Project.
Projects are created and managed from the Projects Pane within the Project Dashboard.
A given Project can have one or many Project Versions. New Projects will have a default Project Version when they are created. This information can be viewed within the Project Versions Pane of the Project Dashboard.
Additional Project Versions can be created and used to manage different testing configurations for a Project.
Projects Pane Options
The following icons and options appear within the Projects Pane in the Project Dashboard.
|Explore Projects||A new pop-up window is provided for viewing, filtering, and selecting Projects in the web platform. This view can also be used to view Projects based on Project Categories.|
|View User Teams||This icon displays a pop-up window containing all teams the currently logged in user belongs to in the web platform.|
|New Project||This button can be used to create a new Project within the GenRocket web platform. To learn more, please see this article: How to Create a GenRocket Project.|
|Project Filter Menu||This menu can be used to filter projects by:|
|Project Category Management||This icon can be used to access and manage Project Categories within the GenRocket web platform. For more information, please see this article: How to Create and Manage Project Categories.|
|Lock Project||This icon can be used to lock a Project at the Project Level. A locked Project can still be managed, but not deleted. The Organization Admin will need to be contacted to unlock a Project.|
|Unlock Project||This icon can be used to unlock a currently locked Project.|
|Edit Project||This icon can be used to make changes to the Project Name and Description.|
|Create Preset||This icon can be used to create a Project Preset. A GenRocket Preset is a common use Domain consisting of a set of Attributes with best practice Generators assigned to them. For more information, please see this article: How to Create and Update a Project Preset.|
|Delete Project||This icon can be used to delete a Project from the GenRocket web platform.|