and data browsing. It exports consistent, referentially intact
row-sets from relational databases. It removes obsolete data
without violating integrity. It is DBMS agnostic (by using JDBC),
platform independent, and generates DbUnit datasets, hierarchically
structured XML, and topologically sorted SQL-DML.
- Exports consistent and referentially intact row-sets from
your productive database and imports the data into your
development and test environment.
- Improves database performance by removing and archiving
obsolete data without violating integrity.
- Generates hierarchically structured XML, topologically sorted
SQL-DML and DbUnit
- A demo database is included with which you can get a first impression without any configuration effort.
|2022-01-01||Comprehensive redesign and modernization of the entire user interface.|
New Look & Feel FlatLaf.
|2021-02-04||Cycles in parent-child relationships will be detected and broken. Thus, such data can be exported by deferring the insertion of nullable foreign keys.|
|2020-02-04||The Jailer engine is published in Maven repository .|
|2019-02-01||The new “Model Migration Tool” allows you to easily find and edit the newly added associations|
if the data model has been extended after the last change to this extraction model.
feature “Analyze SQL” analyzes SQL statements and proposes
association definitions. This allows to reverse-engineer the
data model based on existing SQL queries.
with code completion, syntax highlighting and database
|2017-05-10||New API provides programmatic access to the|
data export and import functionality.
filter management . Filter
Templates allows you to define rules for assigning filters to
Filters on primary key columns will automatically be
propagated to the corresponding foreign key columns.
|2015-12-04||Data can now also be exported directly to a schema of the same database. This ensures optimal performance.|
|2015-10-23||Rows can alternatively be collected in a separate embedded database. This allows exporting data from read-only databases.|
the “Subset by Example”
feature: Use the Data Browser to collect all the rows to be
extracted and let Jailer create a model for that subset.
|2014-04-15||A Data Browser Videos has been introduced.|
Navigate bidirectionally through the database by following
foreign-key-based or user-defined relationships.
Databases are growing in both size and complexity to meet the
increasing demands of business. Applications to process the data
are also increasing in size and complexity. With the growing
complexity, solid testing becomes more and more important in order
to assure the quality of software. Ideally we would like to test
all changes against up-to-date production data, so the general
practice is use a copy of the production database for all
But when a database exceeds a certain size it becomes very
expensive to provide full-size copies of the production database
for development and testing. One solution of this problem is to
have fewer full size copies of the production database than are
really needed, often only one, which will be shared between the
development and testing teams.
Of course this is far from optimal. Data in the database is left in
an unknown state when passed from one team to the other. It takes a
long time to provide a refresh of the production copy when
it’s required. Always having an up-to-date
production copy is almost impossible.
The databases required for development and testing rarely need to
be full size, it is often easier to work on a small copy.
Unfortunately it is very hard to manually extract a small subset of
the production data. It is not possible to just take 10% of each
table to get a 10% size database. The data in one table would not
be related to the data in the other tables. It would not be
Jailer simplifies the extraction of referentially intact data. Once
you have defined an extraction
model, it can be used to extract data from the production
database fast and easy whenever up-to-date test data is