I accidentally deleted a record from one of my entities. Is there a way to recover this record?
I read about an auditing functions and wondered where to find it.
Thanks for your help!
There is no way to directly recover the record, but you can use the audit summary (if audit was enabled for that entity) to find the data values for the record when it was deleted, and manually recreate the record.
You can find this by going to Advanced Settings, Settings, Auditing, Audit Summary View, then use the filters (e.g. filter by Event = Delete, and maybe by Entity or Changed By) to find the audit record, then double-click on it to see the details. Note that, for Delete events, the 'Record' column will say 'Record or Display Name Unavailable'
You will also need to check all the audit records for the field as audit records only contain the changes made to the record not the entire record.
Short answer is no, you would need to restore a copy of a the backup into a sandbox instance to retrieve the record, assuming a backup with the record is still available.
Hi @ReinerKnudsen how are you?
@ReinerKnudsen as informed by @ReinerKnudsen , @ChrisPiasecki and @ben-thompson there is no way to recover a deleted record but you can check the audit or even restore a backup to recover the record and import it to the environment again
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