To remove an object that you own from the Registry, select the object in the Search Results area and click the Delete button.
Do not delete AuditableEvent objects for objects that you own. That is, do not delete any AuditableEvent objects that appear in the Search Results area as a result of a FindAllMyObjects search. If you delete an AuditableEvent object, the audit trail for the object that it belongs to becomes corrupted.
If the object is an extrinsic object, you have two choices:
Choose Delete Object and Repository Item (the default) from the Deletion Options menu to delete both the ExtrinsicObject registry object and the repository item to which it refers.
Choose Delete Repository Item Only to delete the repository item and leave the ExtrinsicObject in the Registry. You can then add another repository item.
The Deletion Options menu is meaningful only for extrinsic objects.