retrieve deleted object from roundtable

phani_nzuv

New Member
Hi,

I had an object which was checked out and working status. Somehow this checked out version has been deleted from my task. The object has been cleaned up from my work directory as well. I am not sure who did it too. I have few questions:
1) How can I trace who deleted it? Are there any logs which I can look at?
2) How can I see which user has a 'sysop' privilege? or which table in roundtable should I refer to? I guess these will be hidden tables.
3) Is there a way I can retrieve the deleted object? I am checking with sysadmin regarding backups. But, from roundtable point of view, is there any place I can look at?

Regards,
PS
 

Cringer

ProgressTalk.com Moderator
Staff member
I suspect you might be best off contacting Tugboat Software directly.
 
Hi,

I had an object which was checked out and working status. Somehow this checked out version has been deleted from my task. The object has been cleaned up from my work directory as well. I am not sure who did it too. I have few questions:
1) How can I trace who deleted it? Are there any logs which I can look at?
2) How can I see which user has a 'sysop' privilege? or which table in roundtable should I refer to? I guess these will be hidden tables.
3) Is there a way I can retrieve the deleted object? I am checking with sysadmin regarding backups. But, from roundtable point of view, is there any place I can look at?

Regards,
PS
You didn't state your version or platform so my response is assuming the Roundtable GUI client.

An object that has been committed to the Roundtable repository is never deleted - it is just simply unassigned from the Workspace. You can assign any commited Object back to the current Workspace using the Assign Object dialog (see user guide for details).

The Workspace Event History window will show the history of actions in a Workspace.

If you need further assistance, please contact technical support relative to your region. Be sure to provide your company information and serial number.
 
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