The notes here apply to GRAX versions 3.60 and higher
GRAX is now utilizing an enhanced and more efficient API architecture to conduct your archive jobs. Please reach out to GRAX Support for more information on whether you are eligible for enablement. This is a great time to review the guides on archives, best practices, and permissions, as these all contain key information you should understand before kicking off archive jobs.
You'll notice that some of the labels and navigation have been improved on the
Scheduletab. This will allow you to more efficiently get all relevant information for Backup and Archive jobs in one place. Take a look at the details here.
History Object Backups
You can now back up your history objects with GRAX! Use the
Backup Typedropdown when creating a new backup job and you'll see
Historyas an option assuming you have field history tracking enabled. Be sure to read through the details here.
GRAX IntroSalesforce Tab
Previously, when you clicked into the
GRAXSalesforce app, you would be defaulted to a
GRAX Introtab. This tab has been deprecated. Upgrading customers may still see the tab; if so, you will see instructions on how to remove it safely from your Salesforce environment if you'd like.
Fixed issue with the
Restore Allbutton on the
Fixed issue with including quotes within the Search filters.
GRAX now tracks records deleted in your Salesforce org! Up until now, the only deleted records GRAX tracked were those deleted via a GRAX archive process. But now you'll automatically have an hourly process that runs and looks for any records that were deleted, and if these records exist in GRAX, will be flagged as Deleted. Learn more here.
Archive SOQL Filter
Fixes issue with archive jobs that are using advanced SOQL feature. If a user edited a job and included line breaks between the
wherestatement of the SOQL query, the
wherecriteria would be ignored. No changes are required to existing or new jobs after this update.