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Business applications rely typically on databases for storing and processing their data (database-driven applications, or DBAPs). Testing DBAPs requires testing the application logic plus the interaction between the application logic and the database. Thus, DBAP test cases consist of input and output parameter values, the function to be tested, and an initial database state (i.e., DBAP test data). Various test data provisioning methods exist, such as manual test data design, generators fordoi:10.1145/1838126.1838132 dblp:conf/sigmod/Haller10 fatcat:rpdb2agy5besvpgpxsr2dn5fgu