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jl20
Helper IV
Helper IV

How to Delete Old Data Set?

Hi,

 

I am trying to delete an outdated data set in one of my workspaces. There are no assoicated reports, dashboards, or apps. However, when I attempt to delete, I'm getting the following message: "The dataset can't be deleted because it's included in the published app. Try again after unpublishing the app or updating the app after removing all related content."

 

Again, I don't have any apps!

 

Anyone know how to fix this?

 

Thanks

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suresh_abe123
Frequent Visitor

Hey Unpublish it first.Then restart the browser.And then Delete the dataset

SandyBL
Advocate II
Advocate II

Was having the same issue but figured it out.  

 

  1. Goto the workspace (also referred to the app)
  2. On top right click on eclipses (...)
  3. Select "Unpublish App"
  4. Now go to your dataset and delete and confirm
  5. Click on the workspace eclipses again
  6. Select Edit Workspace
  7. Publish app again
Anonymous
Not applicable

I am also facing same issue.Did you got any solution.

Hi SandyBL,

 

I was facing the same issue. Followed your steps exactly till Point 4. But unable to perform later steps. The workspace eclipses vanished. I dont see an option to "Publish app" again! 

 

How does this affect. What should I do to re enable it ? Please let me know.

 

Thanks!

Excelent solution!

Anonymous
Not applicable

This worked for me, but I wanted to offer a word of warning: Unpublishing the app will erase all your settings for that app, including access and navigation. You might want to screenshot or take note of your settings before you unpublish.

Thank you, Sandy. It worked. 

Leo77
Regular Visitor

Tried to follow the outlined steps, clicked on eclipses (...)

but i don’t see the "Unpublish App", but i do see "Edit this Workspace".

As I found contradictory Info in the web: Do you lose any App-settings when you do the unpublish-republish cycle (user settings, subscriptions, shares...)

Thanks,

Alex

Anonymous
Not applicable

I tested this:

I have an app workspace that contains two datasets named dataset10 and dataset20.

Dataset10 connects to a Microsoft Azure SQL database.
Dataset20 connects to a Microsoft Excel file stored in Microsoft OneDrive for Business.

I create a report named Report10 that uses dataset10 and pinned Report10 to a dashboard named Dashboard10.

 

I published the app workspace to all the users in your organization.

Now I realised that I am not using dataset20 anywhere and I need to delete dataset20 from the app workspace.

 

What should I do first?
1-Unpublish the app.
2-Delete Dataset20
3-Edit Workspace
4-Publish App again

That worked, thanks!

apelkhaz
Frequent Visitor

I'm experiencing the same issue. By clicking on "Manage Permissions," I can see where the dataset is in use, and for the datasets I'm attempting to delete, there is no related content. 

v-yulgu-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @jl20,

 

If a dataset is part of one or more organization content packs, the only way to delete it is to remove it from the content packs where it's being used, wait for it to be processed, and then try deleting it again. Do you have some content packs related to this dataset? Click the gear on the top right and view content pack.

 

Is this dataset stored in your own workspace or App WorkSpace (group)? If it is in app workspace, will it be a group member publish app based on this dataset?

 

Regards,
Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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This isnt resolved. He said he has no applications and I have the same issue. No applications, no content packs, but I cant delete the dataset and I get the same message.

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