Specification definition is a container for all properties and parameters of how sensitive data will be masked.
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|Specification Definitions Overview List|
All created Specifications can be viewed on this Specification Definitions Overview List screen. Only basic information is shown so you can identify Specification Definitions at a glance. It contains a table detailing every created Specification Definitions showing Specification name, Latest version and Note. Overview will be by default ordered by Name. There is a possibility to change the order of all columns descending or ascending. When list of created Specifications is displayed user can select one Specification to do next actions:
If there are no specifications, the specifications list is empty.
Figure 1: Specification Definitions Overview List
To create a specification from Specification overview list, click on the Create specification button in the top right corner.
Create specification screen will be open and the following information can be entered:
Figure 2: Create specification
To create specification from rules, click the export-to-specification from 'Export to' drop-down list.
The edit specification page allows the user to change specification properties.
Figure 3: Edit specification
Create specification copy - creates new specification with all related objects if they exist (tables, columns, fundamental data, and masking algorithms). The specification created is independent of the original specification.
Figure 4: Create Copy specification
Release specification - creates a new release point. In order for this to be possible, all columns must be release-ready (have fundamental data and masking algorithms assigned). The version number will be automatically offered, and can only be changed to a higher value.
Figure 5: Release specification
If specification columns don't have defined Fundamental data and Masking algorithm this message will appear: 'Some specification columns don't have fundamental data and/or masking algorithms.'
If specification is no needed user can select on specification definitions overview list one or more specification, by using checkboxes, to Delete specification.
A confirmation message appears before deleting. After confirmation, specification folder will be deleted and it will no longer show on specification definitions overview list.
Figure 6: Delete specification
If Specification definition gets deleted, it also deletes linked Specification Tables, Specification Columns, Specification Fundamental Datas and Specification Masking Algorithms.
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