What is the goal of masking your Customer bank account numbers?
For example: the DBA-er is not allowed to see the Customer bank accounts.
Or other reasons?
To the best of my knowledge when you use masking in Oracle EBS, the original bank account number is still visible in the Oracle Database in a separate column, but the end user sees the masked bank account number.
If you send me what you want to achieve with masking the Customer bank account numbers, I am happy to ask internally what other options you could consider to reach your goal.
(If your company considers to move to Oracle ERP Cloud, you will have more possibilities for encryption and masking.)
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