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I want to create a transaction policy to notify by email a use when mass update or delete occurs. But I don't know what kind of event is generated when a mess update/delete is performed. I tried with APIEvent but it doesn't seem like it. Does anyone know on what kind of event I can find data of mass delete or update?

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  • Not possible with Tx Security. You can write a trigger on whatever object that will "catch" a mass delete and notify you and/or monitor Setup Audit Trail
    – identigral
    Nov 6 '20 at 16:49
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An interesting way to solve this is with the vendor tool OwnBackup (disclaimer: I do not work for that company)

OwnBackup has something called Smart Alerts that can, user-configured, set off alarms if in a given backup cycle, more than some threshold of updates or deletes have occurred for a given SObject.

Essentially calling attention to the admin that "unusual" activity is occurring on the database. Might be benign, might be malicious, might be inadvertent

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