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11g Release 1 (11.1.2.0.0)

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deleteList creatable_type

Deletes objects of a specified type that are listed in a text file.

See Also

delete creatable_type
deleteAll creatable_type

Syntax

deleteList creatable_type --KEYS_FILE=key_filename [--IGNORE_NOT_FOUND=action] [--IGNORE_INVALID_STATE=state]

or

deleteList creatable_type -k key_filename [-f action] [-s state]

Parameters

creatable_type

A creatable type:

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

Path to a text file that identifies the objects to be deleted. Each line of the file contains an object key. For example:

--NAME=this_proxy
--NAME=that_proxy
action

Controls the resulting action when an object in the list does not exist.

  • true: The object is skipped and processing continues.

  • false: Processing stops with an error. (Default)

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)

Example

This example deletes the identity plug-ins listed in identity.lst:

SES>deleteList identityPlugin --KEYS_FILE=identity.lst --IGNORE_NOT_FOUND=true
 
deleteList operation succeeded for type "identityPlugin".
 
  2 object(s) with status DELETE_SUCCEEDED