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Deletion of unsed scenarios in PI landscape

Dear Experts,

We need some guidance on deletion of unsed scenarios in PI.

We are using PI7.1, having 100+ scenarios in PI landscape (DEV,QAS,PROD).

We found few of them are no longer needed and we want to delete those from all the landscape of PI.

Is there any standard procedure to do this? whether we have to delete in each machine manually or the transport will work?

Please guide.

thanks and regards,

Ravi Siddam

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 05:06 AM

    HI Ravi,

    Is there any standard procedure to do this? whether we have to delete in each machine manually or the transport will work?

    as per my knowledge , delete scenarios in Dev by manually and transport that to Quality and PROD , so that it will get deleted in Quality and Production also

    thanks,

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      Ha... that's a bad news...

      so in ESR, you direclty deleted the complet SWCV (itself with all its Namespace and all its objects)...

      And so now, you are no more able to select this SWCV in menu "tools -> Export", as this one no more exist !

      And so you cannot transport this complet deletion (of a SWCV) to other environments.

      personally, just like that, I do not see a solution to transport a deleted SWCV. I think now the easiest way, it's to do the same directly in your other PI environment.... 😔

      And after that, do not forget to delete this SWCV in all your SLD.

      regards.

      Mickael

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