Mistakes happen. If you made a mistake on a batch, instead of using the Destroy feature to remove the batch and start over, you can back-out all actions and either restart the batch or remove the batch completely. There is a tremendous benefit to getting data integrity correct from the start and this is the reasoning behind un-starting batches. Unstarting a batch has two scenarios:
- If the incorrect starting amount or wrong zone was listed, then restarting the batch is appropriate.
- If you're simply testing creating batches and want to remove or delete it from the system completely, the removing the batch is appropriate.
With either option, this allows the system to log the correction at the time of starting and means the user can correctly reflect their batch information from the beginning and reduce their time spent correcting errors.
To do this, simply unselect all of the tasks on the batch starting with the most recent and working your way to the oldest. Once you reach the Start task, you'll be prompted to either Restart or Remove the batch.