This masking activity allows you to generate e-mails using first and last names.
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To use the Generate e-mail masking activity, it must be placed inside a table masking activity or a similar activity that iterates over data. Once placed, select the property you want to mask. Next, enter the properties containing first and last names. Lastly, change the e-mail format to your desired value if the default format is not good enough for you purposes.
In this example we want to generate e-mails for the Customer table. First we place the Customer masking activity into opened Package.xaml and put the Generate e-mail masking activity within it. Once placed, we select the Email property that we want to mask. Next, we select the FirstName and LastName properties as ones containing first and last names, respectively. We leave the e-mail format as it is, as it is good enough for our purposes.
Figure 1: Generating e-mails
|Property group||Property name||Description||Example|
|Input properties||DataItemProperty||The property to mask.||Write
|EmailFormat||The format of the generated e-mail.||
|FirstNameItemProperty||The property representing the first name.||
|LastNameItemProperty||The property representing the last name.||
|Input: Filter||Filter||Expression used for filtering records - only filtered items will be masked.||
|SkipDefaultValues||If true, default values will be omitted in masking (i.e. null values are not masked).||
|Input: Repeating||RepeaterId||The ID of the repeater that will be used to detect repeating and save results when masking item key repeats.||
|RepeatingKey||Key to use for repeating detection.||Write
|Misc||DisplayName||Display name of the activity in the workflow.||
|Result||Contains the masking definition object. It's a part of the masking infrastructure and should be ignored.||-|
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