There is a new option to set the max child level in Restore.
There is a new option to save settings for Seeding and Restore such as whether you receive email notifications on the job and the maximum level of children to include in the hierarchy.
There is a new feature that allows you to set a custom time zone instead of using the default time zone used by the browser. This can used to display the time zone of your Salesforce org.
Lookup by ID has moved from the Search menu page to a new permanent location in the header.
There is a new option to back up History objects. Contact our GRAX Sales to enable this capability.
Seeding now has the option to include archived or deleted records in a seed.
Records are now tagged with
Salesforce Error: if that error came from Salesforce. These errors are outside of GRAX's control and will require your intervention to resolve.
Record status is now displayed in the record detail view. The delete source and delete time are now rendered in the CSV download of Global Search results.
There is a new record limit in Global Search. This allows you to locate a specific number of records more quickly or control the size of a Seeding data set. If a limit is used, it will be displayed in the details of the search job.
Search actions are now always shown in Global Search results. Those actions that are unavailable for the search results will be grayed out.
There is a new option to skip records and define relationships in Auto Archive.
Seeding now remembers the target orgs where you have previously seeded data. There is a management pane that allows you to add or remove target orgs.
There is a new warning to undo a given seed before seeding again to prevent duplicated data.
There is a new option to get a registration key to use to deploy GRAX through the AWS Marketplace
There are new options to set an IAM role for S3 bucket access.
There are new options to deploy Azure to Canada, and to scale the VM and database size.
Updated 4 days ago