If you were ever worried, that RevDeBug will record some sensitive data, you shouldn’t be now. With Data Masking you can hide anything, you want. You can do it in two ways - globally or per project.
If you want to set up global rules for hiding data, open RevDeBug Compiler folder. You can easly access it through RevDeBug Menu (RevDeBug > Advanced > Open RevDeBug Compiler Folder).
Now, open the global.rdbbuildignore file. Here you can see some predefined rules, and define your own. Remember, that every new one should be written in new line.
If you want to define the rules per project, you have to create project_name.rdbbuildignore file in your project’s solution.
Then you have to open it’s properties and change the first one - Build Action - to AdditionalFiles. Now, similarly as in the global.rdbbuildignore file, you can write rules for hiding your data.
Go to the next chapter, to learn how to use RevDeBug on your build server.