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by Matthias Hanitzsch-Moonlight/ on 12 Apr 2019

Deleting ADOs with

The standard AC Server package includes the script which you can use to delete ADOs from the system.

Just pipe one or more ADO IDs into the script (and add -):

acdba@acbox:~$ echo C0.TFN.0011.TEST | -
+++INFO+++ 20190412_21:28:46 @(#)ac_bl[7.3/$Revision: 47831 $]: Number of delivered transactions: 1 (1 successful)
+++INFO+++ 20190412_21:28:46 @(#)amd_pr[7.3/$Revision: 48207 $]: Number of status code descriptions loaded: 22
+++INFO+++ 20190412_21:28:46 @(#)amd_pr[7.3/$Revision: 48207 $]: Initialization complete. Using 4 threads for updating.
+++INFO+++ 20190412_21:28:46 @(#)amd_pr[7.3/$Revision: 48207 $]: Processing ,C0.TFN.0011.TEST,F, line 1
+++INFO+++ 20190412_21:28:47 @(#)amd_pr[7.3/$Revision: 48207 $]: Transaction :C0.TFN.0011.TEST,F, line 1: 1 row affected, 1 header affected, 62b logged, 0 delta suspects
+++INFO+++ 20190412_21:28:47 @(#)amd_pr[7.3/$Revision: 48207 $]: 1 record updated, 0 failed: 1 row affected, 1 header affected, 62b logged, 0 delta suspects, 0 messages

This deletes both the static as well as the timeseries data for the given ADOs. Be careful, as there is no undo option!

Your installation may also include $AC_SYSTEM/local/bin/ This works just like the above. However, since it uses multiple threads, it tends to be a better choice when you need to delete larger numbers of ADOs.

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