CosFaker


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Generate massive amounts of fake data for Intersystems Caché

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Generate massive amounts of fake data for Intersystems IRIS

The language of data is according to configuration of your Caché (Now works with Pt-Br and En-Us(Default)).

Valid Types

  • Address (Street, Latitude, Longitude, City, State, Capital, Country, Street Suffix, Street Prefix, Postcode, Secondary Address)
  • App (Function name)
  • Coffee (Blend name, Variety, Notes, Origin)
  • Color (Hexadecimal, Name, RGB)
  • Commerce (Price, CNPJ, Color, Product, Product Name, Promotion Code)
  • Company (Profession, Industry)
  • Dates (Forward, Backward)
  • DragonBall (Character)
  • File (Filename, Extension, MimeType)
  • Finance (Amount, Credit Card, Bitcoin Address)
  • Game (Card, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter)
  • Internet (Username, Email, Protocol, Domain Word, Domain Name, Avatar, Url, Slug, IPV4, IPV6,MAC Address)
  • Job (Title, Skills, Field)
  • Lorem (Words, Sentences, Paragraphs, Lines, Text, Hipster)
  • Name (First name, Last Name, Full Name, Suffix)
  • Person (CPF (Brazilian ID))
  • Phone (Area code, Phone number, Cell phone)
  • Pokemon (Pokemons)
  • StarWars (Character, Droid, Planet, Quote, Specie, Vehicle, Wookie word, Wookie Sentence)
  • UFC (Category, Fighter, Fighter by category, Nickname)

Instalation

To install cosFaker, you just need to import the package cosFaker.vX.X.X.xml file. You can go to Management Portal -> System Explorer -> Classes -> Import and select the XML file or just drag the file over Studio. Also, if you like terminal like me, execute:

Do $system.OBJ.Load("yourpath/cosFaker.vX.X.X.xml","ck")

Docker

To install using Docker. Follow this instructions:

Open terminal and clone/git pull the repo into any local directory

$ git clone https://github.com/henryhamon/cosfaker.git

Open the terminal in this directory and run:

$ docker-compose build

Run the IRIS container with your project:

$ docker-compose up -d

How to Run the Application

Open InterSystems IRIS terminal:

$ docker-compose exec iris iris session iris
USER>zn "IRISAPP"
IRISAPP>Write ##class(cosFaker.Name).FullName()

Usage

On Populate

You can use on Populate event

Method OnPopulate() As %Status [ ServerOnly = 1 ]
{
	Set ..Login = ##class(cosFaker.Internet).UserName("John","Doe")
	Set ..Url = ##class(cosFaker.Internet).DomainWord()
}

Or on a simple Set

Set ..Name = ##class(cosFaker.Name).FullName()

SQL Class

You can generate data directly on a table

Do ##class(cosFaker.SQL).Insert("Sample_Data.Clients","City,Name,Salary","city SC,name 2,price 1000 2000 2 R$",2)
//Same as:
//INSERT INTO Sample_Data.Clients (City,Name,Salary) VALUES ('Celso Ramos','Luiggi Dias Nunes Saraiva','R$1654.30')
//INSERT INTO Sample_Data.Clients (City,Name,Salary) VALUES ('Nova Veneza','Fabiano da Costa','R$1255.13')

JSON Class

You can generate data on JSON string or in an object, only passing a JSON string as shown above.

Examples showing JSON strings populated:

Write ##class(cosFaker.JSON).GetDataJSONFromJSON("{Nome:'name 2',Cidade:'city SC',CPF:'cpf 1',Description:'slug ""person sample example"" ;'}")
// {
//    "CPF":"661.254.048-62",
//    "Cidade":"Brunópolis",
//    "Nome":"Jonathan Ribeiro Ribeiro",
//    "Description":"person;sample;example"
// }
//Suppose you want a person with name, street, phone and his 3 preferred Pokemons
Write ##class(cosFaker.JSON).GetDataJSONFromJSON("{person:['name','street','phone','3 pokemon']}")
// {"person":
//           [
//              "Yango Nogueira",
//              "Viela General Sirineu Nogueira",
//              "(44) 0968-2926",
//              ["Bayleef","Haunter","Golurk"]
//           ]
// }

And example showing Object populated:

Set person = ##class(cosFaker.JSON).GetDataOBJFromJSON("{name:'name 2',birth:'date',profession:'profession',pokemons:'3 pokemon'}",.tSC)

Write person.name
// Flávio Silveira

Set listOfPokemons = person.pokemons
Write listOfPokemons.GetAt(1)
// Diancie

Write listOfPokemons.Count()
// 3
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1.0.0
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2020-03-20
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