If you came here looking for reverting changes of a published sandbox in oracle cloud application using page composer then you will see some of the options here, which you can try out.
Short Answer: You Cannot delete or Unpublish a Published Sandbox
How to Reset the Page Composer Changes After Sandbox is Published?
Create a new sandbox from navigator and set it as active – make sure you have the Page Composer tool activated.
Click on username > Click on Edit Pages. Navigate to the task flow with the new custom element
Select the layer.
In the customization mode > select ‘Source’ from View option.
Click on the region where customization was performed.
Click Reset Task flow in the structure tab bottom pane. Or see if you can select the element and delete it.
Reset Task flow removes all edits, regardless of when they were made, and restores the task flow fragment to its original state. This change will be reflected on all pages that contain this task flow.
If Reset doesn’t work for some reason or it’s not enabled from this menu you can delete the page configurations done. but this will reset the page to its original state and customizations done by other sandboxes will also be removed.
Close the sandbox
Verify the changes and publish the sandbox.
If some issues arise suggest to log out re login in a private browser and try the steps.
There are times when you try to do reset the region is disable and not editable. Check if your sandbox is published properly , it may require a refresh.
Check this article on using page composer to configure a page using external content
Oracle Documentation on Sandboxes is available here .
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