Logs

Let's take a look at the detailed logs you can review within GRAX to see successes and errors.

Error Logs

  1. Click on the tab “GRAX”
  2. Click on the sub-tab “Logs” and then "Error Logs"
  3. By default, all logs will be displayed in chronological order (most recent first)
  4. Enter any necessary filter criteria to limit the # of displayed rows
  5. Click on the text in the column "Error" or "Stack" for additional information
Error logs will only show errors.  For example, if you try to restore a record but a validation rule blocks the record creation, you could see it here.Error logs will only show errors.  For example, if you try to restore a record but a validation rule blocks the record creation, you could see it here.

Error logs will only show errors. For example, if you try to restore a record but a validation rule blocks the record creation, you could see it here.

Restore Logs

  1. Click on the tab “GRAX”
  2. Click on the sub-tab “Logs” and then "Restore Logs"
  3. By default, all logs will be displayed in chronological order (most recent first)
  4. Enter any necessary filter criteria to limit the # of displayed rows
  5. Important columns include the "ObjectType", "SourceID", "DestinationID", "Status", and "Error".
  6. Click on the text in the column "Error" for additional information
Restore logs will allow you to see successes as well as errors. You will easily be able to see the ID of the record in the Source vs. Destination environment for enhanced auditing.Restore logs will allow you to see successes as well as errors. You will easily be able to see the ID of the record in the Source vs. Destination environment for enhanced auditing.

Restore logs will allow you to see successes as well as errors. You will easily be able to see the ID of the record in the Source vs. Destination environment for enhanced auditing.

Restore Status

This is a new feature that will allow you to see the status of all your ongoing restore processes. Each row represents a specific restore job that someone has kicked off, which could be via the Search tab or even via an individual record page (using lightning component etc).

Only root 'parent' records you check off to restore will be displayed in the Restore Status section. You will not see the status of individual children that might get picked up as the recursive restore process queries through the hierarchy (you can see that in the below section).

For example, let's say you select 10 Accounts to restore (and also choose to restore children). That hierarchy could be very deep so it could take a longer amount of time to restore each Account. The Restore Status will only show the status of each Account as it progresses, so when it is flagged as Done that would mean the Account and its hierarchy were restored.

Use the detailed logs at the bottom of this page to see all individual records that are being inserted, updated etc.

Restore Status section will show a restore job progressing, as it goes through each root element that was selected.Restore Status section will show a restore job progressing, as it goes through each root element that was selected.

Restore Status section will show a restore job progressing, as it goes through each root element that was selected.

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Restore Status will show all restore jobs requested in the past 7 days.