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What is Database Rider?

It aims for bringing DBUnit closer to your JUnit tests so database testing will feel like a breeze.
Database Rider is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.
Database Rider is an open source tool with 238 GitHub stars and 56 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Database Rider's open source repository on GitHub

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Database Rider Integrations

JavaScript, Groovy, JUnit, YAML, and Cucumber are some of the popular tools that integrate with Database Rider. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Database Rider.

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Database Rider's Features

  • Cucumber integration
  • Multiple database support
  • Date/time support in datasets
  • Scriptable datasets with groovy and javascript
  • Regular expressions in expected datasets
  • JUnit 5 integration
  • DataSet export
  • Connection leak detection
  • Lot of examples

Database Rider Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Database Rider?
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Open PostgreSQL Monitoring
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Database Rider's Followers
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