Gearset's data backup jobs provide comprehensive data restore capability. In the event that any data is lost, corrupted, or otherwise changed in an org, you can easily use a snapshot from your backup job to restore that data to its previous state.
One use case for this tool could be a script that has been run that has deleted 50 opportunities, but the accounts and other related objects have been left untouched. This would be the best option for restoration.
Restoring a single record
You can restore single records from the job history details page.
In the job history, click
View changesfor the data backup run that you'd like to restore a record from.
From the object overview page, select the object and click
View recordsyou'd like to restore records for.
You can switch between viewing deleted records, changed records, and new records from the data browser. Select a record to see the details.
Select a record to restore by checking the box next to its ID. Once you've selected a record (or several), the Restore from previous backup button will become enabled.
Here you have multiple restore options. This article focuses on
Restore records without dependencies.
Once selected, a restoration plan for the those records will be generated.
Once the plan has been generated, you'll get a chance to review the changes before they are deployed.
Restoreto run the restoration process. Once it has completed, you'll see the status.
The results of the restore will be stored in your data deployment history in the app.