Getting started with g9 Anonymizer
The “Getting started with g9 Anonymizer” documentation provides an introduction to its functionality and features. It contains a tutorial that shows step by step instructions on how to define rules and build a program. To help demonstrate this process, sample projects have been created that you can import into an Eclipse workspace. The sample projects illustrates a predefined database with various rules already created. The tutorial takes you through modifying the rules and generating and compiling the target code.
In the tutorial you will perform the following steps which are all detailed in the documentation:
Installation: You will install Eclipse if it is not already installed (Eclipse IDE for Java Developers is recommended). You will also need to install the g9 Anonymizer plug-ins.
License: To try the g9 Anonymizer you must have a trial or full license. You will order the license in g9 Anonymizer.
Example Project: In the example project, the database model is already defined containing rules for anonymization and GDPR support. The project contains an embedded Derby database for a fictional hotel booking system.
Generate Java Code: g9 Anonymizer generates a Java application that performs the tasks defined in the project.
Compile and run the application: The code is compiled and you can run and test the application against the Derby database.