Is there any way to delete multiple datasets at once?

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  • GrantSmith
    GrantSmith Indiana 🥷
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    Hi @user13374 

     

    Yes, you can go to the data center and list all of your datasets. You can then mutli-select the datasets by clicking the checkbox on the left side of the row (you can hover over the icon on the left side to reveal the checkbox). 

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    Once you finish selecting the datasets you want to delete you can select the gear icon and then select delete.

     

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  • jaeW_at_Onyx
    jaeW_at_Onyx Budapest / Portland, OR 🟤

    java cli has a command delete-dataset which will allow you to delete one dataset at a time.  if you want to delete a list of them implement a FOR LOOP in your scripting tool of choice.

     

    https://knowledge.domo.com/Administer/Other_Administrative_Tools/Command_Line_Interface_(CLI)_Tool

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  • hi @jaeW_at_Onyx 

    Can you please help on how we can execute the commands inside FOR LOOP. I tried something like below:

    FOR /F %a in (ids.txt) do @java -jar domoUtil.jar -script test.domo %~a

     

    But the script fails to parse arguments and hence the command fails.

     

    Thanks,

    Anurag  

  • jaeW_at_Onyx
    jaeW_at_Onyx Budapest / Portland, OR 🟤

    you would want to generate a script file (like a .bat) file that contains one row per command you want to run.

     

    ... so i wrote a script that produces the following csv:

     

    connect -s 'yourServer' -t 'yourAccessToken'
    dataset-run-now -i 197200
    dataset-run-now -i 197126
    dataset-run-now -i 197203
    dataset-run-now -i 129139
    dataset-run-now -i 129139
    dataset-run-now -i 132406
    dataset-run-now -i 197269
    dataset-run-now -i 197183
    dataset-run-now -i 197268
    dataset-run-now -i 197273

     

    then i can just execute the file

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