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drivard
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Advocate II

Custom API in managed solution. Cannot Delete.

Hi,

I've been using the new Custom API functionality for a while now without any issue. (General availability since March 2021) 

 

However, I just found out that I was unable to delete a managed solution that contains a Custom API from an environment.

 

For example, I have a very simple solution that contains a custom API with 1 parameter and 1 response property. (+ plugin assembly)

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I tried on several demo environments and always get the same error message when I try to delete the managed solution.

"Failed deleting solution. Sql error: Generic SQL error. CRM ErrorCode: -2147204784 Sql ErrorCode: -2146232060 Sql Number: 547"

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There is no such error when the solution is unmanaged, I can delete the solution and the artifacts with no issue.

 

As anyone else seen this behavior? 

 

All my custom API projects are community projects so I can't really open a case and I was hoping to get the attention of the product team with this post.

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

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cchannon
Super User
Super User

@HemantG - who's the right person to tag on this?

D10ny5u532
Frequent Visitor

Any resolution on this. I have similar issues, beginning to think it's not worth using managed solutions. But should I be using unmanaged solutions in a production environment?

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