Example 3

This is an example where all primary key and some non-primary key columns of the table are masked.

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Example table

Example table

Table Users

ID (PK) FirstName LastName Email DateOfBirth
17643925741 John Doe jdoe@mail.com 1994-05-06

Only ID, FirstName, LastName and Email could be masked. DateOfBirth will be skipped.


  1. Create a data model on the BizDataX Portal.

  2. Import Portal data into the BizDataX Package Executable project in the BizDataX Designer to create a data model in it.

    • Use the following settings:
      • Read-write symbol Read-write for the primary key
        • Make sure to include all primary key columns
      • Read-write symbol Read-write for columns you want to mask
      • Skip symbol Skip for columns you don't want to mask
  3. Build the project to generate table masking activities and start working.

  4. Check available BizDataX masking activities in the Toolbox, for example some activity from the BizDataX Pick Data From List group, and create a masking workflow.

  5. Additionally, use package steps and parameters in the masking workflow.

  6. Additionally, update the handler settings based on the database used. See database handler page of the used database for more details.

  7. The execute the created masking workflow, click Debug -> Start Without Debugging (or CTRL+F5). A console window will appear and, within seconds, the process will be done. Check the database to confirm.