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ahuberee
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Delete example tables and apps?

I am new to powerapps. I went ahead and opted for the example apps and data. I have a bunch of tables and now I'm confused about which ones are required and which are not. I just want to clean up the environment and get rid of all the example garbage. 

 

I do not see "Delete" as an option when I click on some tables.

 

How do I know if it is a required system table, example table, or a table that I created myself?

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rampprakash
Super User
Super User

Hello @ahuberee 

 

Hope you are doing good. Try Following below steps to find the same

 

1. Navigate to https://make.powerapps.com

2. Select Respective environment

3. Expand DataVerse

4. Click Tables

5. You can see a Logical Name Row will be Available

 

If LOGICAL NAME row value does not contain _( Underscore) then it's called System table.

 

Any thing contains new_ or cr_ or if contains _(Underscore) the it's called Custom table which was created by you.

 

 

Let me know if you need more clarity

 

 

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bipinshan
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Hi @ahuberee ,

 

Login to make.powerapps.com then select Tables from left navigation

 

Now select Custom from right top corner drop-down to see table created by yourself.

Please see below image for your reference-

Screenshot_2022-01-17-09-11-52-12.jpg

Thanks,

Bipin

Kudos and accept my solution if helpful!

 

 

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