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If you expose production data to test, QA or UAT environment, most probably you’ll need to hide sensitive data. You can do this in different ways. One of them is to
use Oracle Data Pump to mask the data. You may choose to do that on the very export step and then on the import step, or just mask the sensitive data when you do the
import in the target schema(s).

Masking should protect your data but not stop the testing process. Ensure you do not lose realistic lookup data for the testing. Mask only whatt you need to mask.
Hide only sensitive data. If you can expose primary and foreign key columns then don’t mask them. If not ensure you keep the integrity of the relations. For example
when you mask the primary key column, you should use the same mask for the foreign key column.

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