Prepare Test Data for Non-Relational Data Sources

As a test data engineer, review this section to understand how the CA TDM Portal helps you generate data to test applications that rely on non-relational data sources. Many applications use various file objects (such as XSD, XML, G-T Excel, CSV, JSON, or Request-Response Pairs) as their data sources, schema definitions, or media formats for data transfer. The CA TDM Portal lets you work with these file objects and create test data that applications can use to conduct varied testing scenarios.
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As a test data engineer, review this section to understand how the CA TDM Portal helps you generate data to test applications that rely on non-relational data sources. Many applications use various file objects (such as XSD, XML, G-T Excel, CSV, JSON, or Request-Response Pairs) as their data sources, schema definitions, or media formats for data transfer. The CA TDM Portal lets you work with these file objects and create test data that applications can use to conduct varied testing scenarios.
The CA TDM Portal supports the following file objects:
 Ensure that you are aware of the appropriate generator, and connection profile that you want to use to prepare test data for non-relational data sources.
CA Service Virtualization Integration
One key use case for working with non-relational data is using RR pairs to generate data for data-driven virtual services in CA Service Virtualization. For more information about setting up this integration and a detailed example, see Integration with CA Service Virtualization.
Tutorial Video
Watch the following video for a visual walkthrough of a common use case of importing an XML schema and generating test data that you export to XML files: