The mgiRandomNumber Tag
Tag Behavior
The mgiRandomNumber tag displays a random number within a
specified range and/or with a specified number of digits.
Tag Syntax
The mgiRandomNumber tag has no required parameters and three
optional parameter. The tag form is:
<mgiRandomNumber upperBound="Integer" lowerBound="Integer"
digits="Integer">
Required Parameters:
Optional Parameters:
 upperBound="Integer" where "Integer"
is a whole number that defines the largest value of a range from
which numbers are randomly chosen. Range
boundaries and digits are mutually exclusive. If the digits parameter
is included, it is used to generate the random number and the
boundaries are ignored.
 lowerBound="Integer" where "Integer"
is a whole number that defines the smallest value of a range
from which numbers are randomly chosen. Range
boundaries and digits are mutually exclusive. If the digits parameter
is included, it is used to generate the random number and the
boundaries are ignored.
 digits="Integer" where "Integer"
is a whole number that defines the number of digits in the random
number. Range boundaries and digits are
mutually exclusive. If the digits parameter is included, it is
used to generate the random number and the boundaries are ignored.
Example Usage and Output
<mgiRandomNumber>
In this example, a random number between 1 and 4,294,967,295
will be displayed.
<mgiRandomNumber upperBound="1000" lowerBound="1">
In this example, a random number between 1 and 1000 will be
displayed.
<mgiRandomNumber digits="5">
In this example, a random number between 10000 and 99999 will
be displayed.
Suggested Usage
 Password Protection
 Unique Database Data
 Browser Caching Problems
