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Deleted Attribute still visible on the query output editor column

Pavithra Kasturirangan (42955756) | asked Mar 15 '13, 2:01 a.m.

In our project, we had two Attributes pointing to the same enumeration ID, ( the difference is only in the case of the letters) created by mistake. One of them has been removed. Now, the process configuration source does not seem to refer the removed attribute anywhere but when we run a query and check the output on the output editor, it still lists the removed attribute as one of the columns available. RTC seems to assin the value "Unassigned" to it rather than n/a. This makes me believe that this value is still not removed completed and is referenced invisibly. 
How do we completely get rid of this unwanted attribute ?

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Ralph Schoon (61.6k33643) | answered Mar 15 '13, 2:53 a.m.
Hi, as far as I know you can't. The data is still in the database. You can rename the display name for the attribute e.g. to "zzzzUnused" to push it to the end and make sure users are aware the data is no longer used.

I haven't looked into this for a while, maybe others come up with a different solution.

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