you"ll need a coded step for this but it won't be complex to implement.
First off: in code you can set a so-called Extracted Value:
Once set, you can access this value without code (i.e. use it as a parameter) in the same way as normal databinding:
So you just need to write the code that generates a random String in a coded step and then set it as an Extracted Value. From there you can access it without any further coded steps. Generating a random String is very straightforward. I followed the following tutorial:
Here's what my code step looks like:
StringBuilder builder =
Random random =
i=0; i<7; i++)
ch = Convert.ToChar(Convert.ToInt32(Math.Floor(26 * random.NextDouble() + 65))) ;
You can access this value by using $(myRandomString).
Let me know if you require any additional assistance with this.
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