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This has been deferred due to some technical difficult and IBM needs to reassess the design.
This feature is WIP, it will be availability in Oct/Nov timeframe. Customer will need to submit a support ticket to issue a reset. The options to reset can be either a transactional or a full tenant reset.
Transactional reset includes any business data such as availability, reservation, supply, demand.
Marking this as WIP
The inability to reset the data makes QA and production loads unnecessarily risky in terms of time wasted and data integrity. As it stands, in almost all cases, if we are loading millions of records and identify an issue on how they were loaded, a reverse call needs to be built and run for each of the transactions that were sent in error, rather than revert / restore from a previous snapshot.