The rollback-object action can be used to undo changes (that have not been committed) that were made to the object in the part of the flow preceding the activity. Furthermore, it deletes objects that have been created but have never been committed.
When the rollback-object action is performed in a sub-microflow it will roll back the changes in the sub-microflow as well as its parent microflow.
See Microflow Element Common Properties for properties that all microflow activities share (for example, caption). This page only describes the properties specific to the action.
2 Input Properties
Object defines the object that needs to be rolled back.
2.2 Refresh in Client
This property specifies whether forms that use the entity of the object being rolled back are refreshed.
|Yes||Objects of same entity are refreshed in the user’s browser.|
|No||Objects of same entity are not refreshed in the user’s browser.|
Default value: No
Nanoflows do not have this property. The rollback object activity in a nanoflow refreshes the client by default.