Restore deleted records Sometimes, administrators can restore deleted records and references to those records. Sometimes, administrators can restore deleted records and references to those records. For example, if a user inadvertently deletes a user record that was referenced in the Caller ID field on several incident records, you may be able to restore the user record as well as the incident field values. You may also be able to restore records that were deleted as a result of a cascade delete action. There are several methods for restoring deleted records: Restore data records without references on tables that audit deletions. Restore data records and references on tables that audit deletions (requires the Restore Deleted Records plugin). Restore configuration records with the app creator. Activate Restore Deleted RecordsAdministrators can activate the plugin. The Restore Deleted Records plugin allows administrators to restore audited database references and relationships for deleted records.Restore a deleted record and referenceThe instance can track deletions on any table, and references on audited tables, with a few exceptions described here.Restore data records with deletion auditsYou can restore deleted data records on tables that audit deletions.Configure a system table for a deletion auditDeletions from tables with a sys prefix are not audited by default. To track deletions from these tables, add the table name to the glide.ui.audit_deleted_tables property. Enabling the Restore Deleted Records plugin adds several default values to this property.Restore a deleted configuration recordYou can use the app creator to restore deleted configuration records with related records and references.