Re: removing/masking sensitive data

Hi Doug,

I've sent you a utility I wrote many years ago that you might find
useful (by private email).

What it does is allows you to define the tables and columns in a schema
that are to be disguised, and the method to do the disguising. 

It has been sold to and is used by a UK bank when sending exports to
their third party application developers where said developers were not
allowed to see sensitive data.

It doesn't trash the live data for obvious reasons, but works on a copy
which would them be exported for the third party.

If it proves to be of no use to you, feel free to 'bun' it.



Cheers,
Norman.

Norman Dunbar.
Contract Oracle DBA.
Rivers House, Leeds.

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