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Country

This type of masking generates a random country value based on the option you have selected. In this masking, a country code in numeric or string is generated. You can choose any case option in concatenation with country code or name based on which a false value is generated.

There are four options based on which a country code and name is generated in conjunction to Case Options. To know more about the Case Options, refer City.

  1. Country Code (ISO Alpha-2) - This type of masking generates a two letter country codes defined by ISO 3166-1 to represent the countries, dependent territories, and special areas of geographical interest. E.g., US (United States of America), IN (India), AU (Australia), etc.

    By default, the already chosen Case Option for this type of masking is Title Case but the product gives you a flexibility to opt for other two options as well i.e., Upper and Lower Case.

    E.g., in the below image, the top table displays the name of the country before masking is applied. Here, we have selected the Upper Case as Case Option with conjunction to Country Code (ISO Alpha-2) which in turns generates a false two letter country code for each of the record as shown in the bottom table.

  2. Country Code (ISO Alpha-3) - This type of masking generates a three letter country codes defined by ISO 3166-1 to represent the countries, dependent territories, and special areas of geographical interest. E.g., CAN (Canada), DNK (Denmark), DEU (Germany), etc.

    By default, the already chosen Case Option for this type of masking is Title Case but the product gives you a flexibility to opt for other two options as well i.e., Upper and Lower Case.

    E.g., in the below image, the top table displays the name of the country before masking is applied. Here, we’ve applied the masking by selected the Title Case as Case Option with conjunction to Country Code (ISO Alpha-3) which in turns generates a false three letter country code for each of the record as shown in the bottom table.

  3. Country Code (ISO Numeric) - This type of masking generates a three-digit country codes defined by ISO 3166-1 to represent the countries, dependent territories, and special areas of geographical interest. E.g., 234(Faroe Islands), 352 (Iceland), 372 (Ireland), etc.

    E.g., in the below image, the top table displays the three-letter country code before masking is applied. Here, we’ve applied the masking by selecting the Country Code (ISO Numeric) which in turns generates a false three-digit country code for each of the record as shown in the table below the top table.

  4. Country Name - Selecting this option generates the false country name for the selected field. You can use this masking option in conjunction with the given Case Option.

    E.g., in the below image, the top table displays the three-digit country code before masking is applied. Here, we’ve applied masking by selecting Upper Case as Case Option in conjunction to the Country Name which in turns generate a false country name for each record as shown in the bottom table.

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