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Documents incorrectly classified in taxonomy

I have several documents in a taxonomy that should not be there according to the rules that are defined for it. It is a query-based taxonomy, and the documents belonged there originally, but then a property changed on them which should have caused them to be removed from this taxonomy but this did not happen. Is there a way to manually remove them from the taxonomy?

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  • Sep 04, 2008 at 03:10 PM

    Is there a way to get the taxonomy to "refresh" itself? Can I get it to reevaluate all of the documents?

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    Sep 04, 2008 at 01:30 PM

    yes - you can navigate the taxonomy (like any other KM location) and physically remove them - they are only links after all. The original source document will remain unchanged.

    You can use /irj/go/km/navigation/taxonomies/xxxxx to get to your taxonomy structure then navigate and find the document(s) you wish to remove.

    Haydn

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    • Former Member

      of course you might find the next time you do an index / classification they appear again - in which can you need to check out the taxonomy query/querries you created.

      Haydn

  • Sep 04, 2008 at 02:51 PM

    It looks like it is not just another KM folder. When I try to delete one of the documents, I get this "Delete failed for: document name" and I have full control in the folder.

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