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To access the Results page, click HADOOP > HIVE > RESULTS. The Results page for HIVE displays the information about the data that have been either detected or protected.

Based on the selection of the cluster made in the Select Cluster drop-down, the screen gets populated. It lists down all the task instances which have been executed for the selected cluster.

The screen is divided into two panels:

  1. Task Instances
    The Task Instances panel displays information about all the instances of the task that have been executed to mask the records in PK Protect. It displays information such as, ID (system generated), Task Name, Status, Start Time, End Time, etc. 

    There are few other common functionalities through which you can sort the column header, filter the data, download the results in CSV or PDF format, etc. To know more, visit Hive Common Controls.

     

    1. Cancel: To stop the execution the task, click the Cancel icon in the Action column.

    2. Pause: This functionality allows you to pause a running task for a while. To pause a task, click Pause icon in the Action column.

      1. A popup 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.

         

    3. Resume: If the task gets failed at any point during execution or is paused; this happens when the target database is stopped for few minutes, but IDP and tomcat are in running state then in this scenario the task goes in a paused state. To resume it again, click Resume icon in the Actions column. This re-starts the task where it was initially failed or paused.

    4. Re-execute: To execute a task again, click the Re-execute button displayed under the Actions column. This will trigger the selected instance of the task again.

    5. View Task: To view task details, click View Task icon in the Actions column. This redirects you back to the Task Definition screen.

    6. Refresh: To refresh the Task Instances panel with updated information, click the Refresh button. It updates the panel with the updated information.

    7. Clear Filters: To remove any applied filters on the column headers, click the Clear Filters button. This removes the filters on the Task Instance panel.

    8. With Results: Check this checkbox if you want to view only that instance of the task in the Task Instances panel for which the Overview panel is populated with information.

       

    9. Show: Click the Show icon in the Actions column, to unhide the selected task. 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.

    10. Hide: Click the Hide icon in the Actions column to hide a task. This will grey out the task in the panel.

  2. Overview
    This panel shows the detailed results for the selected task that has been triggered to mask records in a selected table.

    *Note: The Metadata Results is available in the Overview panel when Metadata Discovery is selected as the Task Type while creating a task. Data Scanned and Non-Sensitive Scanned tabs are available in the Overview panel when Detection is selected as the Task Type while creating a task. Rest three tabs are common for all the Task Type.

    This panel shows information under the following tabs:

    1. Task Overview
      This tab displays the details of the task selected in the Task Instances panel. It the Task Name, Start and End Time of the task along with other information such as, Task Type, Created By, Filter Type, Database Name etc.

      This tab also displays the list of all the selected Sensitive Types associated with the policy.

       

    2. Results

      This tab displays the results of the detection and protection tasks. It consists of five columns namely Sensitive Data Group, Database, Table, Column, and Sensitive Group Confidence. Sensitive Group Confidence displays group confidence for multiple sensitive types of same sensitive group.

       

    3. Detailed Results
      This tab displays the detailed results of the detection and protection tasks. In case of detection, it displays the information for the sensitive type detected in a table for a selected database along with the total number of rows scanned, hit count of sensitive type group, null count in a table, etc. In case of protection, it displays information for protection type applied, data type found, etc.

       

    4. Logs
      This tab lists down any errors occurred during the task execution. The log panel displays information of errors when a task gets failed during execution or when it gets completed with errors. The errors occurred during the execution can be due to syntax, storage, or java related issues. Similarly, if a user does not have permission to access any database, in this scenario the task will fail; and it will generate a privilege error.
      This tab displays the information for the selected task instance in the Task panel. It displays the log information for the errors such as Database Name, Schema Name, Column Name, etc.

       

    5. Metadata Results
      This tab displays the list of all column names in which sensitive type is discovered. Apart from this, it also displays the datatype of the column (string, numeric), owner of the database, partitioned columns, etc. It also lists down all the table permission that a user can have i.e., read, write, and execute.

       

    6. Data Scanned
      This tab displays the list of all table names which have been scanned during the process. It displays additional information such as Database Name, total number of rows in a table, number of total rows scanned in a table, total data size and the size of the table.

       

    7. Non- Sensitive Scanned Tables
      This tab displays the list of all the tables which were scanned during the process and were not containing any sensitive information. It displays additional information such as the name of the database, table name and the size of the table. If there is no non-sensitive data in the scanned tables, then it will display No Data Found message.

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