This is used to generate usernames for users in UMS.
First you need to create some options for the setting your going to create later on.
Then add the database replacements.
Then create a setting with a list of prioritized options.
Finally add a username setting to the template that needs this.
This option lets you add a fixed string to the username
This option lets you add a number to the username.
You can define the starting number and pad left to make sure it has the correct length.
If you set the start number to 1 and set pad left to 4, the number will be 0001
This number will automatically increase every time it is used to generate a new username.
If the username starts with AB then it will return AB0001
The username number is stored in the database in the table "UsernameGenerator_Numbers"
This option lets you take a field from the database table ImportFromDB and use as a starting string.
This lowercases the username.
This lets you pad the username either left or right with a character you specify and a length.
If you pad 4 right and the username is AB it will return AB00.
This lets you replace characters in the username with new characters or blank.
If you check "Use replace from database table" it will use this feature "Database replacements".
Replace all non alphanumeric
This will replace all characters in the username that are not within these ranges with the new string or blank
This will replace a part of the username with a new string or blank.
This uppercases the username.
Define the strings you want to have replace with new or blank string.
When it looks at a username it will run through all the rows and replace them if they are found.
This is where you create a prioritized list options. This setting is then attached to a template.