I am wondering if someone can help me to figure how to delete Business Process Flow that was created using a model-drive app component. I am having very hard time doing this operation. As you can see in the image below, I have created several copies of a BPF that i need to delete in order to keep only the required BPF, however i am not able to delete the relationship to delete the BPF
Based on that, i was wondering if there is something that i am missing here to delete this component,Thanks in advance for your help on this matter.
You should be able to assuming your are system admin or system customizer and working in your "dev" environment. You have some dependencies on some forms which are preventing you from delete the BPF. Open your BPF and click on the ellipsis on the top right then select "Show Dependencies". Once these are removed, you would be able to delete the flow. Remember if the BPF was already published in target environments and you are using unmanaged solutions, you'll have to manually delete there as well or your can write some scripts to delete them.
Hope this helps!
I was not able to find any dependencies on the place you specify. However , when i opened the BPF using the the link provided as part of the systema name, i found all them, but i was not able to deleted the relationships or required components to delete the BPF.
Any idea , Why am I facing issues to delete this components?
Is that list part of the "Dependent components" (the top grid) or the "Required Components" the bottom grid of the dependency window? If in the top grid, then that's strange. Have customizations been done afterwards on the BPF entity that is automatically created?
Another note: to delete the BPF you need to deactivate it before deleting.
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