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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to Dynamic Data Masking Administration
  3. Authentication
  4. Security
  5. Connection Management
  6. JDBC Client Configuration
  7. ODBC Client Configuration
  8. Access Control
  9. Logs
  10. High Availability
  11. Server Control
  12. Performance Tuning
  13. Troubleshooting
  14. Appendix A: Database Keywords

Administrator Guide

Administrator Guide

IBM Db2 Connection Parameters

IBM Db2 Connection Parameters

Define the following connection parameters for an IBM Db2 database:
DDM Database Name
Name for the database in the Management Console tree.
Server Address
Server host name or TCP/IP address for the IBM Db2 database.
Verify that there is no firewall that prohibits the Dynamic Data Masking Server from connecting to the database server and port number.
Server Port
TCP/IP listener port for the IBM Db2 database.
DB2 Database Name
Database name for the IBM Db2 database.
Optional Parameters
Additional parameters for the Informatica driver for IBM Db2.
For example, if the IBM Db2 database is configured with the SERVER_ENCRYPT authentication method, you might enter the following parameter:
AuthenticationMethod=encryptedUIDPassword
Keystore
Select custom if you have configured a custom keystore. Select default if you want to use the default keystore preconfigured for use with Dynamic Data Masking.
DBA Username
User name for the database user account to log in to the IBM Db2 database. The database user must be a privileged user that has SELECT access to all the tables that the client user has SELECT access to. This parameter is valid for the default keystore.
DBA Password
Password for the database user. This parameter is valid for the default keystore.
Key Store Name
Name of the custom keystore, defined in the
ddm.security
file. This parameter is valid for custom keystores.
Alias
Alias name for the custom keystore. For CyberArk accounts, the alias name was defined during creation of the CyberArk account. This parameter is valid for custom keystores.
SSL
Select to enable SSL communication between the database and the Dynamic Data Masking Server. For more information on SSL configuration, see the chapter "Security."

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