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Example of Datapool Value Generation

Managing Datapools
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s
ccNum
column. The Integer
Signed data type generates numbers up to nine
digits.
Note:
Because credit card numbers contain more than nine digits, the standard
data type Float X.XXX is used to supply credit card numbers to this datapool
column.
s
Decimals
is set to 0 so that only whole numbers are generated.
Sequence
is set to
Random to generate random card numbers. To generate unique numbers,
Repeat
is set to 1.
s
ccType
column. This is the only datapool column that needs to have values
supplied from a user-defined data type. The user-defined data type Credit Card
Type contains just four values--American Express, Discover, MasterCard,
and Visa.
s
ccExpDate
column. The standard data type Date
MM/DD/YYYY supplies credit
card expiration dates to this datapool column. The range of valid expiration dates
is set from July 1, 1998 through December 31, 2002.
Sequence
is set to Random to
generate random dates.
Example of Datapool Value Generation
After you define datapool columns in the Datapool Specification dialog box, click
Generate Data
to generate the datapool values.
To see the values you generated:
1
Click
Close
.
2
Click
Edit Datapool Data
.