We have access to AdobeSign through a vendor. We can publish forms to registar job applicants and have their data passed into our online system. As the vendor is US based they can only validate SSN numbers, but we need the ability to validate Canadian Social Insurance Numbers (SIN). There is a rather complex formula in validating one of these numbers and we have no idea the proper structure to add this to AdobeSign. Does anyone know the proper formula to enter into AdobeSign Validation to ensure a real SIN is keyed into a form?
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It would be helpful if you could share more information.
As my original question states, we want to add a formula to validate a SIN number once the user keys it in. I believe they use a Luhn formula (modulus 10) to determine whether it is valid or not.