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Release Notes - Druva for Salesforce

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July 04, 2024


Salesforce Reports on Druva Cloud Platform (DCP)

Centralized reporting with the enhanced framework for Salesforce Workspace reports is now available on the Druva Cloud Platform Console. The newer reports provide better data interpretation, expanded abilities, and a user-friendly design.


The newer reporting interface provides the following benefits:

  • Advanced filtering and data sorting capabilities.

  • Simplified report subscription and Email Report management.

  • Visualizations (graphs, charts) and summaries simplify data comparison, boosting understanding and insights.

The following Salesforce reports are available with this release:

  1. Backup Activity Report:

  2. Archival Restore Activity Report

  3. Sandbox Seeding Activity Report

  4. Data Restore Activity Report

  5. Archival Activity Report:

๐Ÿ“ Note:

Following changes are made to Salesforce reports on the Druva Cloud Platform console:

  1. Salesforce Data Archiver and Restore Report is now split into Salesforce Archival Activity & Salesforce Archival Restore Activity Report.

  2. Salesforce Backup and Restore Report is now split into Salesforce Backup Activity & Salesforce Data Restore Activity Report.

  3. Complete Report is discontinued and is not available.

Customer action: Subscribe to the new reporting framework.

For more information, see Salesforce reports.

January 20, 2024


Select backup type for manually triggered backup

You now get an option to select a Full or Incremental backup type when initiating a backup manually. This capability enhances the backup experience by empowering you with granular control over data protection.

Here is a glimpse


For more information, see Configuring Backups.

January 06, 2024


Visual Cues for Environment Associations

See at a glance which environments are linked to your data templates, backups, archives, and licenses. Icons in the Environment Hub provide instant insights into these relationships.

This functionality helps you monitor the license usage for the associated environments.

Here is a glimpse

Make Salesforce Environments Available To Other Users

You can now authenticate and share your Salesforce Environment with other users.

This capability simplifies the environment hub management, reducing the efforts of adding users manually to common Salesforce Environments.

Here is a glimpse

Protect Your Full Sandbox Environment

You can now authenticate one full Sandbox to a backup license without impacting your production license count. This gives you more freedom to protect test and development sandboxes without concerns about license usage.

To know more, see licensing details.
For further assistance, contact support.

November 11, 2023


Validate permission set for user account

You can now test the deployment of permission like View All Data, Query All Files, and View all Fields while creating or editing a backup definition.

Use the Validate Now option to test and validate the permissions, fix permissions in case of any issues, and backup user data with confidence. For more information, see validate permission set deployment.

September 09, 2023


Get details for ongoing backup type

You can now identify the backup type, whether a full scan or incremental ongoing jobs. With this information, Administrators can plan their tasks accordingly.

Here is a glimpse


August 26, 2023


Get details of errors on the User interface

You now get the error details and solutions on the user interface. The information helps you understand the cause of the issue and provides troubleshooting steps for quick assistance.

Here is a glimpse


June 24, 2023


Improved Deletion Workflow for Salesforce Entities

We have improved the deletion workflow for several Salesforce entities. Enhanced workflow includes a detailed list of dependent entities that will also be deleted along with the primary entity, providing a more comprehensive understanding of the impact of the deletion.

Moreover, we have incorporated an email notification feature that will send an email to the Salesforce App admin when an entity is deleted. The email will contain vital details such as the reason for deletion and the identity of the user who deleted it, enabling effective auditing and tracking.

With these enhancements, the deletion workflow for Salesforce entities is now more user-friendly, efficient, and transparent than ever before.

March 25, 2023


Enterprise Key Management for Salesforce

With Enterprise Key Management, you can use keys generated from your AWS Key Management Service (KMS) account to encrypt and decrypt the data backed up by Druva inSync. This enhancement provides an additional layer of encryption over and above Druva's default data encryption.

Customer action required: Enterprise Key Management is available on request. To enable this feature for your account, contact Support.

February 25, 2023


New Settings tab on Data Copy/Restore Task page

We have enhanced the Task page for Data Copy/Restore to include a new Settings tab that displays the details of the settings used during the operation. This improvement provides better visibility and analysis of the selected options.

Here is a glimpse


For more information, see Tasks.

Customer action required: None

February 04, 2023


Enhancements to the Tasks page

The Task page of Data Copy/Restore is enhanced with the following capabilities:

Segregated view of Failed and Unresolved records: The segregated view for Unresolved records separates Unresolved records from Failed records, allowing administrators to easily identify the number of failed records and work towards resolving them. Once the failed records are resolved, the Unresolved record count will automatically adjust to give an accurate view of both Failed and Unresolved records.

This feature improves the user experience by providing a clearer separation of unresolved and failed records, allowing users to focus on resolving only the failed records while ensuring that unresolved records are also taken care of automatically.

Here is a glimpse


View Task Summary in the Task Status tab

The Task Status tab is now enhanced with Task Summary, which provides a comprehensive view of the total number of records for each object in the Completed and Failed tabs. It provides a better representation of Failed or Unresolved data copy or data restore jobs giving administrators a clear understanding of the total number of records, completed records, failed records, and unresolved records.

Here is a glimpse


View the number of failed records for an Object in Failed tab

You can now view the number of failed records for an Object in the Failed tab while analyzing the failed records for the data copy job. It allows you to quickly diagnose the failed records and get a better understanding of the status.

Here is a glimpse


For more information, see Tasks.





Salesforce 2.0: When a backup snapshot is deleted because it exceeded the retention period, the application should also delete any associated templates.

January 07, 2023


Flexibility to select destination Salesforce organization for data transfer

You can now choose any Salesforce organization as the destination for Data Copy or Data Restore operation when using an existing data template

Here is a glimpse

Confirmation - Data Copy Summary

  • Confirmation - Data Restore Summary


For more information, see Copy Data and Restore Data.

Customer action required: None

Archived release notes

For release notes of previous cloud updates, see Archived Release Notes - SaaS Apps.

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