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Data masking for Employee's phone numbers and email addresses on Contact Details Page is not working as expected while using Page Field Configurator (Doc ID 2951898.1)

Last updated on JUNE 01, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


While applying the data masking on employee self-service "Contact Details page" by delivered functionality Page-Field configurator not giving the expected results.

User want to make the phone numbers and email addresses for employees to show only the last 4 digits or characters.
After applying the masking configuration they are seeing that it is only applying the masking to the first row in both the phone grid and email grid. If the grid contains multiple rows of data.

1. Navigate to Enterprise components > Page Field configurator > Page field configuration page.
2. Below are the configuration:
Name of the component: HR_EE_CONTACTS_FL

Click on the Select Fields under Configure Masking:
On the Select field source popup page, Select the Field Source: Primary Page, Primary Page:01- Contact Details.

Under the the Page fields select the following:

Click on Ok.

3. Use the PeopleSoft delivered profile PARTIAL_4CHAR for masking both these fields like below.
Click on the Configure Fields For Masking:
Choose Number: Change the Mask Profile to "Partial".
Apply the same profile to Email Address.

4. Click on Map to Portal Registry Tab, choose this "Employee: Navigation: Root> Fluid Structure Content > Fluid Pages> Employee Self Service> Contact Details" row
Click on Apply Configuration Button.

Save the changes.

5. After applying the configurations, navigate to Self Service>Personal Information>Personal Details>Contact Details page to see the changes.

6.  We can see that it is only applying the masking to the first row in both the phone grid and email grid not for all available rows.




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