About this talk
GRAX Labs presents "Setting up the GRAX Data Viewer." The GRAX Data Viewer is a new functionality built for Salesforce that you'll find as part of the GRAX Time Machine offering. This new feature will deliver an even more powerful GRAX Time Machine experience because now you can:
- View and manage archived data and hierarchical data within the Salesforce UI
- Track deleted data and its details that has been backed up by GRAX previously
- Easily navigate between the Salesforce UI and the admin console for GRAX
The GRAX Data Viewer is designed to improve data visibility across your organization as well as offer a simple to use and seamless experience for all Salesforce admins and Salesforce end users.
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Hello, this is Dave Mackey, and welcome to GRAX Labs. Today. We're going to run through how to set up the brand new GRAX Data Viewer.
What we can see here on my screen is, I've already got the edit page up on my page layout over on the left.
I've typed in, in my components GRAX. So let's just see that again. We can see here we have GRAX lists records is my component to add-in.
I'm going to add in my object name, API name of the object name. Handful of fields are already in here.
Let's just add in first name, last name again, API name of this fields. We can see this automatically refreshes brings in those fields.
We can see our data selection is all data that can be changed to all data archive data. This is data deleted through graphics, deleted data, either manually delete deleted data through Salesforce or through an automated process, such as an ETL or archived and deleted data. The number of records per page here.
I can override the name.
We could see this before it was contact records, all data. Now it's just contacts. You can also add in some filter capability in here.
Once I click save, I'm going to click back, and then what we're going to see here updated on our page is we will see all of the new component we just added in. With the ability to view this data.
Any questions on what you saw today? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org in the sales team here at GRAX. We'll be able to assist you. Thank you for your time.
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