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Would Str::random() work? Is it going to provide a unique ID?
Started a new Conversation Generate Unique Alphanumeric String Of Given Length
I need to generate a unique alphanumeric string of 17 characters (or less).
Can somebody give me direction on how I would accomplish this?
My main concern is that it's absolutely unique as we'd be using it for record ID's.
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Sadly, I tried this but when I tried using $request->header('host') it returned the url of my api and not the jotform. Other than that, there's not any identifying headers sent with the request.
Started a new Conversation Restrict Form Post Data To Certain URL
I'm building an API/Webhook that can accept data sent by a form created in the JotForm.com service. So when a webform is submitted from the JotForm website, the data is also sent to a URL on my website which does some manipulation of the data. Is there a way to lock down the api so that only form posts sent from that particular JotForm address are processed?