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Recovering a deleted rule

Updated on April 5, 2022

Facilitate application development by recovering one of the most recent versions of a deleted rule. For example, if you accidentally delete a property, or delete a process rule that seems irrelevant, but you later realize that you need the process to complete the case life cycle.

Note: Recovering a deleted rule is a different operation than restoring a rule immediately after deleting it. By recovering a rule, you can roll back the rule to a specific version.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio,, click ConfigureApplicationDevelopmentRecent Actions.
  2. Click View Deleted Rules.
  3. Filter the relevant columns to narrow the results.For example: Filter the Type column to find removed activities, as shown in the following figure:
    List of deleted activities
    Deleted Rules window with the results filtered by the Type column to show only
                activities.
  4. Find the rule that you want to recover, and then click the value in the Rule name column to open the rule.
  5. Click Restore.
  6. Click Save.

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