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Can not delete custom table - how to fix?

I have an old table that i want to delete.

It has no data and is not used.

But when i try to delete it i get this erro:


Then i go to solutions and Standarsolution , find the table and check the dependencies



It shows it is dependent on flows from another enviroment. I dont get it how it can be connected to flows in another enviroment... i do not want to delete these flows, they are used to tables in the envoroment of the flow.


When i look in Enviroment A i see this table that is in use.

It have the same name (exact same name and displayname) as the table i want to delete in Enviroment B.


How can they have the same name things have dependencies to two tables?



If i go to enviroment A where i have the table that is being used. Show dependencies from that solution in that enviroment. I see the same as i see if i go from enviroment B.


How to get rid of the table from enviroment B? But keep it in enviroment A?

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Hello @Oskarkuus 


Please follow my step by step on how to remove dependencies



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Post Prodigy
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I follow the videos but get stuck on opening the depnedencies. At 2,28 in the video, he doubleclick on the row dependencies. but when i do it i get an error.



And i can somehow understand the error becuase the dependencies is pointing to a flow in another enviroment. so it can not open that since that flow does not exist in the enviroment where the table is located.








Hello @Oskarkuus 


Please give me a private chat, will sync and fix the same,

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