This is the first tab which is displayed on the UI once Results page is clicked in navigation panel. This screen displays the information for all the instances of the tasks, based on the cluster selected in Select Cluster drop-down. The screen divided into two panels. Each panel display information for the selected instance of the task, and it displays the overall information, status, and the results of the tasks.
This panel displays information for the all the instances of the task that have been executed to detect sensitive data in the files. It displays ID (system generated), name of the task, status of the task, start and end time, Remediated, Instance Hostname etc., information for the task.
There are few other common functionalities through which you can sort the values in the column header. To know more, visit HDFS Common Controls.
Pause: This functionality allows you to pause a running task for a while. Follow the below steps for pausing a task.
Select a running task in the Task Instances panel and click Pause button in the Actions column.
A pop-up appears with a message saying, “Do you want to pause this task?” with option “YES” or “NO”.
Click YES, if you want to pause the task, else click NO.
View Information: Click View to view any information about the related task. This redirects to the Task Instance panel in the Task Definition tab under Task screen.
Search: Enter the value in the Search field to search for a specific task ID or a task name.
Re-execute: To re-execute a task again, click the Re-execute button in Actions column. This will trigger the selected instance of the task again.
Refresh: To refresh the Task Instances panel with updated information, click this button. It refreshes the data in the panel with the latest data.
Clear Filter: To remove any applied filters from the headers of the Task Instances panel, click this button.
Resume: If the task gets failed at any point during the execution or paused; this happens when the target database is stopped for few minutes, but IDP or tomcat is in running state. To resume it again, click the Resume button in the Actions column. This will re-start the task where it was initially failed or paused.
Queue For Results Review: Click this button to queue the task for results review workflow. Using this option, a user can queue the task to review it manually.
*Note: The Queue For Results Review button will not appear if encryption process is performed on data. To Know more about results review workflow in both Linux and Windows environment, refer to section Enable Results Review in Linux and Enable Results Review in Windows.
Once the task has been queued for review, the value for the review can be seen in the Task Instances panel under the column name Remediated column which specify the values as YES or NO.
To queue the task for review workflow automatically, set the value of AUTO QUEUE FOR RESULTS REVIEW to YES in Admin application under SETTINGS.
Reviewed Results: Check the Reviewed Results checkbox, to see if the results for the selected task have been reviewed or not. Checking this checkbox will add a column Results Review Status in the Detailed Results tab on selection of Structured Results drop-down in the Overview panel. The value in this column displays whether the selected result was reviewed or not.
The Results Review Status column is visible in the Detailed Results tab only when you select Sensitive Data Type radio button for Structured Results.
*Note: The Reviewed Results checkbox will not appear if encryption process is performed on data.
With Results: This is to view only those instances of the task in the Task Instances panel for which the Overview panel gets populated. Upon Checking the With Result checkbox, the Task Instances panel displays only those tasks for which the Overview panel display results.
Show: Click the Show icon in the Actions column to unhide the selected task. You can also, unhide the selected task by clicking the Show Selected option in . The hidden task will appear greyed out else it will not be visible on the screen.
Hide Selected: Click the Hide icon in the Actions column to hide the task. The selected task will get greyed out. You can also, hide the selected task by clicking 3 Dot option in , the visible selected task will be greyed out i.e., becomes hidden.
This panel gives exhaustive information about the selected task and provides all the necessary information needed while reviewing a task instance. The tab in this panel depends on the Task Type selected in the By Task screen. This panel provide information about the sensitive types discovered during the detection and encryption process.
This panel shows information under the following tabs:
This tab displays the summary of the task as per the selection made in the Task Instances panel.
This tab displays the basic details related to the task such as, Task Name, Task Description, Last Execution date and time, Scan type, etc.
Include Scan Location
This tab displays the list of all directory locations which have been selected for scanning. It displays additional information such as the structure and the domain of the selected location. The Scan Location column displays the absolute path of the selected directory of the file.
Exclude Scan Location
This tab displays the list of all selected scan locations or the file extensions which need to be excluded while scanning process. The Scan Location column display the absolute path of the selected file or directory location.
Sensitive Type Details
This tab displays the list of all Sensitive Type associated with a task as per the selection made in the Task Instances panel.
*Note: In case Metadata Discovery task type, this tab is replaced by Metadata Type Details displaying Name and Type of data as their columns. There are separate interfaces of Overview Panel for Detection and Protection Options.
This tab gives a graphical summary of the detection and encryption results for the selected task in the Task Instance panel. The results of this tab changes based on the Task Type selected.
Detection: In case of Detection task type, the information is displayed in form of graphs. Hovering over data points in the chart shows the number of hits for a file or an expression.
The first chart shows the number of structured or unstructured files detected.
The second chart shows the count of sensitive and non-sensitive files encountered as well as the total number of files skipped during the process. Unsupported files, zip files, etc., are few of the cases due to which the files are skipped.
The fourth chart shows the count of sensitive data type group. Hovering over it displays the count of that file type.
Encryption: In case of Encryption task type, there are three types of graphical representation based on which the information is shown. Hovering over the data points in the chart shows the number of hits for a file or an expression.
The first chart shows the number of files searched and masked during the encryption process. Hovering over the bar chart displays the number of files searched and masked along with the date and time.
The second chart shows the count of sensitive items found during the process along with the date and time when the encryption process was triggered.
The third chart shows the sensitive type encountered in the selected files as well as it shows the count of each sensitive type encountered with in it.
This tab provides the detailed results for the selected task in the Task Instances panel. It displays the task details in which the Sensitive Data Group was masked. It also displays the file path of the encrypted file along with the information such as Hit Count, Unique Count, etc.
Select the Structured Results or Unstructured/Semi Unstructured Results from the drop-down.
You can choose between Sensitive Data Group and Sensitive Data Type to customize the results window.
Structured Results: It displays the Field Name and the Field Number in the file which was scanned. Apart from this information, it also displays the Group Confidence, Sensitive Data Group/Type, Task name and File Path.
Unstructured/Semi Unstructured Results: It displays the hit count for each Sensitive Data Group encountered for a selected file or directory. It also displays information such as File Type, File Owner, Detection Type, etc.
The + Review Results button allows user to review any result in Detailed Results tab. This button provides functionality of declaring records non-sensitive, sensitive or increasing/decreasing the confidence factor.
This button is visible when you select Sensitive Data Type radio buttons. To review any result, perform the following steps:
Select the result in the Detailed Result tab and click the + Review Results button. On clicking the button, a pop-up appears. Now, enter the details for Results Review Action and Results Review Value (%) field in the popup.
Following are the options in Results Review Action field.
Mark as Non-Sensitive: Select this option to mark the record as Non-Sensitive. The system ignores these records in future re-run.
Mark as Correct: Select this option to mark the record as Sensitive. The system does not ignore these records in future re-run.
Decrease Confidence Percentage: select this option to decrease the confidence factor in Results Review Value (%) field.
Increase Confidence Percentage: Select this option increase the confidence factor in Results Review Value (%) field.
The Results Review Value (%) field will be enabled when Decrease Confidence Percentage or Increase Confidence Percentage is selected in the Results Review Action field. Enter the results review value in percentage. This field will be enabled when you select Decrease or Increase Confidence Percentage in Results Review Action field.
Once the results review value has been set and saved, the same can be seen under Saved Results Review tab. To know more about Saved Results Review tab, visit Saved Results Review.
Non-Sensitive Scanned Files
This tab displays the list of all the files which were non-sensitive in nature and was not scanned during the process. It displays the format of the file, size of the file, owner, etc. It is a Detection specific tab.
This tab displays the list of all the files which were skipped during the process due the unsupported file type. There can be other reasons as well due to which files were skipped from the scanning process, one of them is encountered a ZIP file or Unsupported File type. This tab displays information about the file such as path of the files, reasons for skipping the file, date of modification, etc.
This tab will display the extrapolation counts for each sensitive type at the database level. The data can be viewed for both Scanned Directories and Skipped Files. On selecting Scanned Directories, user can view the extrapolation counts for each sensitive type. If you select Skipped Files in the Extrapolation Type drop-down, it will display the list of all the files which were skipped during the process as well as the reason for skipping it.
The Logs tab display the list of all the errors occurred due to the syntax errors, spooling, missing privileges for a file, etc. This tab gets populated when the task gets completed with errors or failed due to the above-mentioned errors. It displays the error description with file name and directory path.
This tab provides summary of the encryption process. It provides the complete path for the encrypted file which contains the masked data. Apart from the Sensitive Type Group column, it also gives details about the task such as, Task Name, Hit Count, AES Masked, FP/Row Encrypted, and Incremental Scan.
*Note: In case Metadata Discovery task type, the UI changes completely with field names as below.