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  • MOPEKS® Library - 0 Delete an Entity


    For the background to operations in the Library please see 'Guide ⇨ Library ⇨ Background'

    Please note that each action in the Library has a separate entry - otherwise the document size would be excessive.

    In this context, the word 'Entity' refers to a Method, Object, Property or Environment.

    You can sort columns into ascending/descending order by left clicking on the heading.

    Option 0 - Delete a Method, Object, Property or Environment

    The process for deleting a Method, Object, Property or Environment is identical in each case.

    But be careful! You will not be allowed to delete a Method, Object or Property that is in use but you can delete an Environment that you are using. So as a general rule do not delete an environment under any circumstances. The environment we are about to delete here was added purely to illustrate the process.

    The process is as follows and is illustrated in the animated gif below if you care to left click on it:

    1. Ensure the 'Delete' radio button is highlighted.
    2. Highlight the actual item you wish to delete
    3. Press the green 'Delete' button
    4. Confirm that you really do wish to delete this item
    5. Note where it has been archived (you can bring it back by finding the file, renaming it and moving it back into its correct folder)

    http://www.mopeks.org/images/form_library_delete.gif Left click for ANIMATED gif. Then Save Image to Disk and Step through as a Movie if you wish - see 'FAQ ⇨ General ⇨ Q9'

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