One of the ways IRI RowGen builds realistic test data is through the formation and population of custom field values, such as phone numbers. In this article, we explain how to use the Compound Data Value (CDV) wizard in the RowGen GUI to build a set file containing real-looking, US phone numbers based on the North American Numbering Plan (NANP).
Introduction: As with multiple BI platforms discussed throughout this section of the IRI blog site, this article analyzes the relative data preparation performance (and benefit) of using its external data wrangling engine – via the IRI CoSort product or Voracity platform — with QlikView when ‘big data’ sources are involved.
This article is first in a 3-part series on CLF and ELF web log data, where we introduce these file formats. The next article covers IRI solutions for processing web log data, and the last demonstrates web log data masking to protect visitor identities and destinations.