Step 9: Test Masking Coverage

As you configure masking mappings, it is important to ensure that all the fields and the data in them is correctly masked. You can do this in a few minutes by using DataMasker’s ‘Where’ clause.

Note: If your ‘Where’ clause is blank, DataMasker will run against all the records. Depending on your data volume, this can take a long time. Hence setting Limit is important.

Here are the steps to test your mappings for masking coverage.

 1. Navigate to your DataMasker Application → Configurations → Select Sandbox UAT 


2. In the Object Mapping section,  

Step 1 – Click on New

 Step – 2 Enable Mask Records checkbox  

  1. In Filter Criteria, pass the Where condition. According to the number of objects, this condition should work on a set limit.
  1. Click on the ‘Save’ button and add fields in Object to mask particular fields. Once done, click on the ‘Data Masking’ button.