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11g Release 1 (11.1.2.0.0)

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deleteAll creatable_type

Deletes all objects of a specified type.

Caution:

This operation deletes all objects, including those supplied with Oracle SES. Use a key_pattern to limit the operation to those objects you want to delete, especially when deleting identityPlugin, sourceType, and storageArea objects.

See Also

delete creatable_type
deleteList creatable_type

Syntax

deleteAll creatable_type [--IGNORE_INVALID_STATE=state] [key_pattern]

or

deleteAll creatable_type [-s state] [key_pattern]

Parameters

creatable_type

A creatable type:

alert
altWord
clusterTree
identityPlugin
proxyLogin
schedule
searchAttr
skinBundle
source
sourceGroup
sourceType
storageArea
suggLink
state

Controls whether clusterTree, identityPlugin, schedule, or skinBundle objects are skipped because they are in an invalid state.

  • true: Objects are deleted regardless of their state.

  • false: Invalid objects are not deleted. (Default)

key_pattern

Object key that specifies a subset of objects to process in the format key=value. The value can include wildcard characters:

  • A percent sign (%) matches zero or more characters. In a multibyte character set, it matches zero or more bytes.

  • An underscore (_) matches exactly one character. In a multibyte character set, it matches one byte.

Examples

This example deletes all clusterTree objects:

SES>deleteAll clusterTree
 
deleteAll operation succeeded for type "clusterTree".
 
  1 object(s) with status DELETE_SUCCEEDED

The next example deletes two sourceType objects with the string Documentum in the name:

SES>deleteAll sourceType --NAME=%Documentum%
 
deleteAll operation succeeded for type "sourceType".
 
  2 object(s) with status DELETE_SUCCEEDED