In this article you'll learn:

  • What Changes are.

  • Which changes are shown in the overview

  • What info you can get from a change.

Inside the Changes tab, you are able to see all the changes made inside your application. However, creating or editing records inside the Back Office will not be included in these changes. The reason for these changes not being shown inside the Changes tab is because they are changes made to the data of the application instead of changes made to the application itself.

Inside the Changes tab, you will see a grid view containing six columns.


This is the timestamp of the moment on which the change was made.

Merged at

This is the timestamp of the moment on which the change was merged from the sandbox application into the current application.


This is which user made the change to the application.


This is the C(R)UD-based definition of the change. This is either Create, Update or Delete. Read is not relevant for changes made to the application.


This is the application part type that has been changed. This can be: template, model, variable, model_action, model_action_event, endpoint, view_column, property, view_reference, construct_attribute_definition, endpoint_group, authentication_profiles, component, and many more.


This is the specific object that has been changed, created or deleted. This is often also a link that links to the object.

Just as any Back Office you can open a record to view the details.

User, Action, Type, Object and Created at (When) are the same as in the changes Grid view. However, you will have two new values.

New values

These are the newly assigned values you have given to the changed object.

Previous values

These are the previous values the object had before it was changed.

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