Delete Tracking gives users the ability to track records that have been deleted through the Salesforce UI, ETL, etc. This means that your GRAX dataset stays up to date as users or automation remove records from your Salesforce org in between backups.
GRAX only tracks deletes on records which were already backed up to the GRAX data vault.
Delete Tracking is enabled by default for all customers to run once per hour.
Each hour, an automated GRAX process looks for deleted records across all backed up objects. The Salesforce API provides a list of deleted records, and GRAX flags any records in the vault matching the list provided by Salesforce as
GRAX uses this API call to get deleted records and as such is governed by any limits placed by Salesforce.
Salesforce doesn't support Content objects (ContentDocument, ContentVersion, or ContentDocumentLink) for this type of delete tracking. The
Attachmentobject, however, is supported.
Click here to see more detailed requirements of objects that Salesforce allows to be tracked as deleted in this manner, which allows you to determine all objects in your org that can be tracked for deletions by GRAX.
Updated about 4 hours ago