Test Data Management 10.5
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The name of an input, output, or variable column. Enter any name. The name does not have to match the name of a column in the source. When you assign the rule to source data in a project, you map the column names in the rule to column names in the database.
The column type. You can configure the following types of columns:
The datatype of the column.
The precision for the column. The maximum number of digits or the maximum number of characters that the column can accommodate. For example, 798.650 has a precision of 6.
Number of digits to the right of the decimal point in a number.
Indicates if you must assign the column to a column in the source. Applies to input and output columns.
An expression to apply to the variable column. You can create the expression in the Expression Builder.
Applies a masking rule to the input column and writes the results in the variable column. You can enter the following parameters.
Applies an expression to the Output column only. Select a condition from the list. If you applied conditions on the input column, you can use it for the output column.
Applies dependent masking. Dependent masking replaces the value of a column based on the values returned from a dictionary row for another column. You must define substitution masking for another column before configuring a column for dependent masking.
Enter the following parameter: