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The data encryption Java API rule configuration allows users to directly create ShardingSphereDataSource objects by writing java code. The Java API configuration method is very flexible and can integrate various types of business systems without relying on additional jar packages.


Root Configuration

Class name: org.apache.shardingsphere.encrypt.api.config.EncryptRuleConfiguration


Name DataType Description Default Value
tables (+) Collection<EncryptTableRuleConfiguration> Encrypt table rule configurations
encryptors (+) Map<String, AlgorithmConfiguration> Encrypt algorithm name and configurations
queryWithCipherColumn (?) boolean Whether query with cipher column for data encrypt. User you can use plaintext to query if have true

Encrypt Table Rule Configuration

Class name: org.apache.shardingsphere.encrypt.api.config.rule.EncryptTableRuleConfiguration


Name DataType Description
name String Table name
columns (+) Collection<EncryptColumnRuleConfiguration> Encrypt column rule configurations
queryWithCipherColumn (?) boolean The current table whether query with cipher column for data encrypt

Encrypt Column Rule Configuration

Class name: org.apache.shardingsphere.encrypt.api.config.rule.EncryptColumnRuleConfiguration


Name DataType Description
logicColumn String Logic column name
cipherColumn String Cipher column name
assistedQueryColumn (?) String Assisted query column name
likeQueryColumn (?) String Like query column name
plainColumn (?) String Plain column name
encryptorName String Encrypt algorithm name
assistedQueryEncryptorName String Assisted query encrypt algorithm name
likeQueryEncryptorName String Like query encrypt algorithm name
queryWithCipherColumn (?) boolean The current column whether query with cipher column for data encrypt

Encrypt Algorithm Configuration

Class name: org.apache.shardingsphere.infra.config.algorithm.AlgorithmConfiguration


Name DataType Description
name String Encrypt algorithm name
type String Encrypt algorithm type
properties Properties Encrypt algorithm properties

Please refer to Built-in Encrypt Algorithm List for more details about type of algorithm.


  1. Create a real data source mapping relationship, where key is the logical name of the data source and value is the datasource object.
  2. Create the encryption rule object EncryptRuleConfiguration, and initialize the encryption table object EncryptTableRuleConfiguration, encryption algorithm and other parameters in the object.
  3. Call createDataSource of ShardingSphereDataSourceFactory to create ShardingSphereDataSource.


public final class EncryptDatabasesConfiguration implements ExampleConfiguration {
    public DataSource getDataSource() {
        Properties props = new Properties();
        props.setProperty("aes-key-value", "123456");
        EncryptColumnRuleConfiguration columnConfigAes = new EncryptColumnRuleConfiguration("username", "username", "", "", "username_plain", "name_encryptor", null);
        EncryptColumnRuleConfiguration columnConfigTest = new EncryptColumnRuleConfiguration("pwd", "pwd", "assisted_query_pwd", "like_pwd", "", "pwd_encryptor", null);
        EncryptTableRuleConfiguration encryptTableRuleConfig = new EncryptTableRuleConfiguration("t_user", Arrays.asList(columnConfigAes, columnConfigTest), null);
        Map<String, AlgorithmConfiguration> encryptAlgorithmConfigs = new LinkedHashMap<>(2, 1);
        encryptAlgorithmConfigs.put("name_encryptor", new AlgorithmConfiguration("AES", props));
        encryptAlgorithmConfigs.put("pwd_encryptor", new AlgorithmConfiguration("assistedTest", props));
        encryptAlgorithmConfigs.put("like_encryptor", new AlgorithmConfiguration("CHAR_DIGEST_LIKE", new Properties()));
        EncryptRuleConfiguration encryptRuleConfig = new EncryptRuleConfiguration(Collections.singleton(encryptTableRuleConfig), encryptAlgorithmConfigs);
        try {
            return ShardingSphereDataSourceFactory.createDataSource(DataSourceUtil.createDataSource("demo_ds"), Collections.singleton(encryptRuleConfig), props);
        } catch (final SQLException ex) {
            return null;