I have found many examples of SQL random password generators but nothing that will check whether it is unique.
I am generating a username/password for security on a public system. The username is an email and the initial password needs to be randomly generated and not equal to any existing password held on my user security table.
I am pretty sure that some one must have a function already?
You can use a loop to check if the password exists in the table
Suppose your function to generate password is ufn_GeneratePassword
You could create a SP that checks the password
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