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  3. Implementing Data Masking and Data Subset with Sequential or VSAM Sources

Implementing Data Masking and Data Subset with Sequential or VSAM Sources

Implementing Data Masking and Data Subset with Sequential or VSAM Sources

Creating an Advanced Masking Rule

Creating an Advanced Masking Rule

Create an advanced masking rule to combine more than one masking technique or to mask multiple columns.
  1. To access the
    Policies
    view, click
    Policies
    .
  2. Click
    Actions
    New
    Masking Rule
    .
    The
    Rule Wizard
    appears.
  3. Enter a name and optional description for the rule.
  4. Select the Advanced masking rule.
  5. Click
    Next
    .
  6. In the
    Input Columns
    section, click
    Add New
    .
    The
    Add Column
    dialog box appears.
  7. Enter the column properties, such as the name, datatype, precision, and scale. Select whether the column is mandatory to assign to a data source in all projects.
    You cannot enter masking properties for input columns.
  8. Click
    OK
    .
  9. To enter more input columns, click
    Create Input Column
    in the
    New Masking Rule
    dialog box.
  10. In the
    Variable Columns
    section, click
    Add New
    .
  11. Enter an expression, a masking rule, or a dependent column for each variable column that you define. If you apply a masking rule, configure the input column to create the variable column from.
  12. Click
    OK
    .
  13. In the
    Output Columns
    section, click
    Add New
    .
  14. Enter an expression, a masking rule, or a dependent column for the output column.
  15. Click
    OK
    .


Updated October 18, 2019