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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to Dynamic Data Masking
  3. Rules
  4. Connection Rules
  5. Security Rules
  6. Security Rule Set Simulator
  7. Masking Functions
  8. XML Functions Reference
  9. Glossary

IBM DB2

IBM DB2

The following table lists the XML functions you can use with an IBM DB2 database:
XML Function
Parser
Masking Action
Comments
XMLATTRIBUTES
Yes
Yes
For masking, the expression must be followed by an AS alias clause.
XMLELEMENT
Yes
Yes
For masking, the XMLATTRIBUTES function is an optional clause in the XMLELEMENT function.
XMLEXISTS
Yes
Yes
For masking, the expression must be followed by an AS alias clause.
XMLQUERY
Yes
Yes
For masking, the expression must be followed by an AS alias clause.
XMLTABLE
Yes
No
XMLAGG
Yes
Yes
XMLCAST
Yes
Yes
For masking, you must verify that masking does not violate the requirement of the function. The type of the cast operand or the specified datatype must be XML.
XMLCOMMENT
Yes
Yes
For masking, the expression cannot be a quoted string.
XMLCONCAT
Yes
Yes
XMLDOCUMENT
Yes
Yes
XMLFOREST
Yes
Yes
For masking, the expression must be followed by an AS alias clause.
XMLNAMESPACES
Yes
Yes
XMLPI
Yes
Yes
For masking, you must verify that the optional value_expr object resolves to a string.
XMLROW
Yes
Yes
For masking, the expression must be followed by an AS alias clause.
XMLTEXT
Yes
N/A
XMLXSROBJECTID
Yes
No
XMLPARSE
Yes
Yes
For masking, the expression cannot be a quoted string.
XMLSERIALIZE
Yes
Yes