You can recover deleted records that are in audited tables.
The instance can track deletions on any table, and references on audited tables,
with a few exceptions. Record deletions are not tracked in these circumstances.
- Record deletions are not tracked on tables with the
attachments are not restored when the record is restored.
- Deletions from tables with a sys prefix are not audited by default. You can
configure specific system tables to audit deletions.
- References are restored only if the reference field is on an audited table and
the Restore Deleted Record plugin is activated.
- References that use an Image field type are not
When the process completes, a Restore Summary itemizes the changes and provides
links for viewing the restored record or returning to the deleted records list.
Open the deleted record that you want to restore.
Note: You can only restore one deleted record and its associated references at a
Do one of the following to restore the record.
|Undelete With Related
||Recovers the record and all cascaded deletes and other database
actions that resulted from the delete.
This option appears when a
rollback context is available for the delete.
|Recover entire operation
||If this record was deleted as part of another delete, all records
from the parent delete are recovered including all cascaded deletes and
other database actions that resulted from the parent delete. If this is
the top level delete, then this is the same as Undelete with
This option appears when a rollback context
is available for the delete.
||Recovers only this record.
An instructions page appears, explaining the process and its
Click Restore deleted record.
A Progress page shows the progress of the restore process, and shows a
count of the references restored.