This means that when creating a table, there is an option to mark this table as the master table for the entire GDPR function (GDPR root table). This setting can be found in the Advanced features as a GDPR setting.
GDPR root table settings in the table definition.
We have already set up the table and now we need to determine which columns are relevant for GDPR. For this we have two options:
GDPR setting for the table fields.
When you receive, for example, a client request to print/delete data or want to anonymize data, you need to click on GDPR button in the main menu.
It opens a screen, which will show all the known data and it will guide you through the process of anonymization/deletion process. All of the data are marked for GDPR print. In case, the attribute is marked for deletion, it has an eraser icon at the line. You can print GDPR reports and anonymize data only from this GDPR root table.
Keep in mind, that: