The package is called RANDOM_UTIL_PKG. At the time of writing it contains the following functions:
These should all be fairly self-explanatory, but let's look at some examples of how you could use these to fill your database with "realistic" test data.
A list of users
An email archive
A list of orders (and order items)
A list of uploaded files (or files in a folder)
A list of errors (an error log)
A list of business concepts or strategies
This is for those times when a struggling company needs to re-focus its strategy and define a new vision. No need to hire expensive management consultants, just fire up SQL*Plus and execute the following query:
Here are some of my favorites from the concepts I generated just now:
- Quickly innovate sticky products with resource-maximizing portals.
- Credibly plagiarize robust opportunities using timely architecture.
- Dynamically reinvent dynamic leadership for end-to-end web services.
- Appropriately empower front-end human capital via error-free web services.
- Globally plagiarize stand-alone ideas after next-generation alignment.