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Delete a probe

     

    ATTENTION!

    As mentioned on the pop-up window of the NMC console, deletion of a probe may make you loss all data related to this probe.
    Newtest support team could not help you get your data back.
     
     
    After deleting a probe from the NMC console, it is normal that you can't create a new one with the same name on a single day. You have to wait for the scheduled daily purge or you can follow the following steps to force a purge.

    Delete a probe in NEP 2.2.1

     

    1. Open SQL Server Management Studio and run the job nmc_DataTransfer_SQL.

    This step allows to sychronize delete information to your DWH. You may check with the following SQL query in your DWH :

    ​SELECT * FROM [NewtestDWH].[newtest].[Object] where OBJ_STATE = 3​

    OBJ_STATE = 3 means that the probe is marked as to delete in the DWH.

    2. Run the job nmc_dbnmcDaily.

    This step force the purge to take place before when it is scheduled. Then you will be able to create a new probe with the same name.

     

    Delete a probe in NEP 3.0.X

    1. Open SQL Server Management Studio and run the job NewtestData_DataTransfer_SQL.

    This step allows to sychronize delete information to your DWH. You may check with the following SQL query in your DWH :

    ​SELECT * FROM [NewtestDWH].[newtest].[Object] where OBJ_STATE = 3​
    2. Execute the following SQL Query.
    USE [NewtestData]
    GO
    EXEC[dbo].[ps_ANL_PurgeObject]
    GO
    USE [NewtestReference]
    GO
    EXEC[dbo].[ps_REF_PurgeReferenceObject]
    GO
    USE [NewtestDWH]
    GO
    EXEC[newtest].[ps_DTW_PurgeObject]
    GO

    Then you will be able to create a new probe with the same name again.

     

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