RDBIgnore works adversely to Whitelist.
First, you have to create project_name.rdbignore file in your project’s solution.
Next, open it’s properties, and change the first one - Build Action - to AdditionalFiles.
Now you just have to write there names or directories of any files or folders you do not want to record. Remember, that each record has to start from a new line.
If you have Visual Studio 2013, you may notice, that there is no such option as AdditionalFiles. In this case, if you have created .rdbignore file, save your project and open .csproj file in your favourite text editor. You can find this file in main folder of your project.
Now you have to find there the file you have just created. Search for project_name.rdbignore.
For RDBIgnore to work, change the None property of this line, to AdditionalFiles:
<AdditionalFiles Include="showRoom.rdbignore" />
Save the .csproj file. The changes now should be visible in your Visual Studio. RDBIgnore is now active, and you can exclude desired files from recording, as described above.
Go to the next chapter, to learn how to hide sensitive data.