To view all the existing detection tasks, go to RDBMS > Detection > Tasks in the navigation panel. The user interface of the Task Definitions screen is depicted below.
There are few common controls through which you can sort the values in the column header, hide and unhide the column headers, filter the data, etc. To know more, visit RDBMS Common Controls.
You can also use the following controls displayed under the Actions column.
Edit: To edit a task, click Pen icon in the Actions column. This option will navigate you to the Edit Task Definition screen where you can update the information for the selected task.
Hide: Click Hide icon in the Actions column to hide a task. This will grey out the task, If Show Hidden Items option is checked in the User Preferences else it will not be visible on the screen. To know more, visit Home Page.
Show: Click Show icon in the Actions column to unhide a task. This feature allows you to view the hidden tasks. If you’ve checked the Show Hidden Items checkbox in the User Preferences, the hidden task will appear greyed out else it will not be visible on the screen. To know more, visit Home Page.
Delete: To delete a task, click trash icon in the Actions column. This deletes the task from the screen.
*Note: The task cannot be deleted once it is associated to any connection.
Execute: Click forward arrow icon in the Actions column to execute a task. This will trigger the task.
To view other general details about the task such as its name, description, list of connections, sensitive types, policies selected, etc. To view such information, click expand icon available before the ID column.
This displays the following tabs:
Task Overview: This tab displays the basic information of the task such as the name of the task, its description, any additionally advance setting opted, start time, etc.
Task Instances: This tab displays information about the instances of the task that has been executed. It displays the status of the task, execution time in form of Start and End Time, IDs (system generated).
Connections: This tab displays the list of connections which are selected for the scanning. This displays the basic connection details such as name of the connection, the type of connection (MySQL, SQL Server, Postgres, etc.), Hostnames and the Connection IDPs (Detection or Masking), etc.
To view the list of schema or databases included for scanning, click the downward arrow available with the Name column.
Policies/Sensitive Data Types: This tab displays the list of policies and the sensitive types that are selected for scanning.
To view the list of all sensitive types selected for scanning, click the downward arrow available in the Sensitive Data Types column.
Database Object Filter: The tab displays the list of all filters defined while creating a task. Only those databases/tables/columns that match the filter criteria are scanned.
Datatype Filter: This tab displays the list of all datatypes selected while creating a task. Only those columns will be scanned whose datatypes matches with the criteria defined in the Datatype Filter tab under Database Object Filter option.
Date Range Filter: This option is visible only with SAS connection. This option will scan only those databases/tables/columns whose date ranges matches with the criteria defined in the Date Range Filters tab under the Database Object Filter option.