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    Why can’t sets be deleted from Rosetta if they are attached to processes?

    • Article Type: Q&A
    • Product: Rosetta
    • Product Version: 3

    Question

    Why can’t sets be deleted from Rosetta if they are attached to processes?

    Answer

    In order to delete a set, first delete its associated processes.
    If you try to delete the set before the process; you will get the following message:

    "Selected Set cannot be deleted/deactivated because the Set is attached to process(es): <process number>".
    In many cases the problematic sets are still actually linked to existing/other Processes.
    For example, a processes created from another process where some IEs failed.
    If this is the case, delete those processes, after which it should be possible to delete the attached sets.

    Additional Information

    The Rosetta User's Guide - Working with Sets

    Category: Rosetta

    Subject: Rosetta


    • Article last edited: 4/16/2014
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