The notes here apply to GRAX versions 3.90 and higher
GRAX Data Viewer
The GRAX Data Viewer is the best way to view GRAX data right inside Salesforce as related list components, whether it is backed up, archived, deleted, or a combination. End users can also be given permission to navigate, explore, and restore from the related hierarchy using GRAX directly.
GRAX Execution and Record View
The new Executions tab is a powerful data explorer. Starting from the backup or archive job level, you can drill all the way down to individual records, where the GRAX Record View will provide a robust suite of components that captures a 360 view of your record, its relationship hierarchy, and its full history.
The most efficient way to find data you need, whether it's for exploring information or restoring data, is to leverage Search. Get instant results for any specific Id, or enable objects for advanced search and filtering.
Configure GRAX in a few easy steps, and manage credentials, permissions and other key items all from the Settings tab.
New Summary Metrics
We've added some metrics to the Executions feature. You'll now see columns indicating the total number of
Identifiedrecords for each objects, and within that number how many GRAX backed up that were new, changed, or unchanged.
Archive - Delete by API
All new environments set up with GRAX will have archive jobs defaulted to the
Delete by APIfeature. This generally available feature is the only supported way to perform archives in Salesforce, leveraging the performance and flexibility of the bulk API. Click here to learn more about the archive options.
Additional Support for Salesforce Session Setting
Salesforce has a dizzying number of session settings that can be configured. One that we often see enterprise customers using is
Lock Sessions to IP From Which They Originate. GRAX now supports the use of this setting, as long as you're leveraging the latest Settings feature.
Archive Estimate Button
Fixed issue where the
estimatefeature on an archive job would sometimes miscalculate the number of records based on the filter entered. This should ensure more consistent results to estimate how many parent records will be picked up.
Email Template Fix
Fixed issue where summary link was not properly linking in certain job alerts.
Resolved issue to ensure customers leveraging the latest GRAX storage format are able to properly track deleted information on records across features like Search, History Stream etc.
Archive Advanced Filter
Resolved issue where an archive job with an
Advancedfilter set could not be switched to another filter type.
GRAX Data Viewer Options
The GRAX Data Viewer has been updated with options to hide the ID field and the [View Graph] button. Another new option, 'Do NOT Enforce Security', is the ability to ignore Salesforce record-level security. Be careful with this new option.
GRAX Data Viewer features
The GRAX Data Viewer has been updated with a new feature that allows users to view the fields from the related GRAX record in Salesforce. This new feature is an item in the drop-down list on the record.
GRAX Single Record Restore Update
Reference fields can now be selected and restored as part of the single-record restore process.
GRAX Single Record Restore Feature Enhancement
The single record restore process will now restore a field to a null or empty value.
GRAX LWC Data Viewer
New toggles were added:
- Hide Show Record
- Hide Show in GRAX
- Hide Restore Button
- Use iFrame (Faster Loading)
GRAX LWC Data Viewer
The LWC Data Viewer was updated to allow for control over the levels of related records that are shown in the related list. This new control is shown above, named "Child Level".
New Warning for CSP Trusted Site
The LWC Data Viewer now has an option to use iFrame for faster loading and improved appearance. To use this new iFrame feature, it requires adding a CSP Trusted Site for GRAX in the Salesforce org. If you do not add the trusted site the new iFrame toggle in the LWC settings will not allow embedding the iFrame. To be sure users are aware of this, there is a new Warning to add the CSP Trusted Site if one does not exist for GRAX application.
Enable Auto Backup will be set to True for all new installations. The warning for new scheduled jobs when Enable Auto Backup is True has been removed.
The help link has been updated to navigate directly to the Support page on the GRAX documentation site.