The AustriaSocialSecurityNumberGen Generator generates social security numbers for citizens of Austria.


The following parameters may be configured for the AustriaSocialSecurityNumberGen Generator. Items with an asterisk* are required. 

  • Enforce Type/Limit - When enabled, it makes sure to generate the data within data size. 

  • increment* - Defines a constant value or a reference to another Attribute's generated value and is added to the Social Security Number generated value on each iteration.

  • dateOfBirth* - Defines the reference to the date of birth for the calculation of Austria Social Security Numbers.

  • dateOfBirthFormat* - Defines the data format for the referenced date of birth. Example: yyyy-MM-dd

  • applyOutputFormat* - Defines if the output should be formatted. 

  • outputFormat* - Defines the format or pattern of mask to be followed if the applyOutputFormat parameter is set to true. For Austria, valid formats are: AAAA AAAAAA.

  • prefix - Appends prefix/context to Social Security Numbers. Possible values for Austria Social Security Numbers are:

    • SVNR

    • VSNR

    • VNR

  • random* - Defines if Social Security Number values are randomly generated as opposed to sequentially generated.  

  • seed - Defines an optional seed for randomization. Using the seed will ensure that the same random data is generated each time data is generated.

  • unique* - Defines if the generated Social Security Number values should be unique when the random parameter is set to true.

Example 1: Generate Random, Unique Social Security Number

For this example, a FlexibleDateRangeGen Generator has been linked to the AustriaSocialSecurityNumberGen Generator. 

The linked Generator will generate a range of Date of Births starting at 1950-01-01 (yyyy-MM-dd). This value is referenced by the dateOfBirth Parameter within the AustriaSocialSecurityNumberGen Generator. 

Additionally, these Parameters have been set to "true":

  • applyOutputFormat
  • random
  • unique

FlexibleDateRangeGen Generator Configuration:

Sample Output