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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to TDM Administration
  3. User and Role Administration
  4. Security Administration
  5. System Preferences
  6. TDM Server Administration
  7. Connections
  8. Pass Phrases
  9. Global Parameters
  10. Dictionaries
  11. User-Defined Datatypes

Default Settings

Default Settings

Before you create a plan to generate data, you define default plan settings in the
Administrator | Preferences
view. You can configure and update the settings when you create the plan. Use default settings to generate data for the columns that you have not assigned specific generation rules to.
To configure default settings, click
Edit
in the
Default Settings
section.
The following table describes the properties to configure the default settings:
Property
Description
Default Rule for Numeric Datatype
The default rule that you can select to generate data for numeric data types.
Default Rule for String Datatype
The default rule that you can select to generate data for string data types.
Default Rule for Date Datatype
The default rule that you can select to generate data for date data types.
Default Rule for Binary Datatype
The default rule that you can select to generate data for binary data types.
Default Primary Key Rule for Numeric Datatype
The default primary key rule that you can select to generate data for numeric data types.
Default Primary Key Rule for String Datatype
The default primary key rule that you can select to generate data for string data types.
Default Primary Key Rule for Date Datatype
The default primary key rule that you can select to generate data for date data types.
Default Primary Key Rule for Binary Datatype
The default primary key rule that you can select to generate data for binary data types.
Default Unique Key Rule for Numeric Datatype
The default unique key rule that you can select to generate data for numeric data types.
Default Unique Key Rule for String Datatype
The default unique key rule that you can select to generate data for string data types.
Default Unique Key Rule for Date Datatype
The default unique key rule that you can select to generate data for date data types.
Default Unique Key Rule for Binary Datatype
The default unique key rule that you can select to generate data for binary data types.
Apply Default Rule to
The default rule that you can apply to all the columns without generation rules. You can also apply the default rule to the columns that do not have null values.
Default Character Set
The character set that you can select. Default is ASCII.
Minimum
The minimum number of child records for a parent record. Default is 1.
Maximum
The maximum number of child record for a parent record. Default is 1.
Parent Records Without Children
The number of parent records that have no child.
Child Records Without a Parent
The number of child records that have no parent.
Default Value for Unbounded MaxOccurs in a Source XSD
Calculates a default value for the maximum occurrences field when the MaxOccurs value is Unbounded or infinite in the source XSD. Adds the default value that you enter to the MinOccurs value to calculate the MaxOccurs value to use in place of unbounded or -1.
For example, if an element has a MinOccurs value of 1 and a MaxOccurs value of -1, and you set the default value as 10, the MaxOccurs value is calculated as:
1+10=11