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  1. Preface
  2. Part 1: Version 10.2.2
  3. Part 2: Version 10.2.1
  4. Part 3: Version 10.2
  5. Part 4: Version 10.1.1
  6. Part 5: Version 10.1

Data Domains

Data Domains

This section describes new features related to data domains in Enterprise Information Catalog.

Define Data Domains

Effective in version 10.2, you can configure the following additional options when you create a data domain:
  • Use reference tables, rules, and regular expressions to create a data rule or column rule.
  • Use minimum conformance percentage or minimum conforming rows for data domain match.
  • Use the auto-accept option to accept a data domain automatically in Enterprise Information Catalog when the data domain match exceeds the configured auto-accept percentage.
For more information about data domains in Catalog Administrator, see the "Managing Data Domains" chapter in the
Informatica Catalog Administrator Guide 10.2
.

Configure Data Domains

Effective in version 10.2, you can use predefined values or enter a conformance value for data domain match when you create or edit a resource.
For more information about data domains and resources, see the "Managing Resources" chapter in the
Informatica Catalog Administrator Guide 10.2
.

Data Domain Privileges

Effective in version 10.2, configure the
Domain Management: Admin - View Domain
and
Domaingroup and Domain Management: Admin - Edit Domain and Domaingroup
privileges in Informatica Administrator to view, create, edit, or delete data domains or data domain groups in the Catalog Administrator.
For more information about privileges see the "Privileges and Roles" chapter in the
Informatica Administrator Reference for Enterprise Information Catalog 10.2
.

Data Domain Curation

Effective in version 10.2, Enterprise Information Catalog accepts a data domain automatically if the data domain match percentage exceeds the configured auto-accept percentage in Catalog Administrator.
For more information about data domain curation, see the "View Assets" chapter in the
Informatica Enterprise Information Catalog 10.2 User Guide.


Updated July 27, 2020