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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-02-07T14:16:55Z by DXLUser
DXLUser
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Pinned topic Imported Partition

‏2013-02-05T14:52:56Z |
Hi,

I have an imported partition and it says it's partitioned in with RCA access. I can't do anything with this folder and the modules in it, I look up in the project where that imported partition is located but there is no imported or exported partitions. How can I delete this folder? I tried as an Administrator but there is no way to delete it.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks,

Madelin
Updated on 2013-02-07T14:16:55Z at 2013-02-07T14:16:55Z by DXLUser
  • llandale
    llandale
    245 Posts

    Re: Imported Partition

    ‏2013-02-05T19:13:07Z  
    Wild guess: convert that folder to a Project and see if you can then deal with it. Be sure to turn it back into a Folder when done.
  • DXLUser
    DXLUser
    4 Posts

    Re: Imported Partition

    ‏2013-02-06T13:32:55Z  
    • llandale
    • ‏2013-02-05T19:13:07Z
    Wild guess: convert that folder to a Project and see if you can then deal with it. Be sure to turn it back into a Folder when done.
    Hi,

    I can convert the folder to a project don't see any imported or exported partitions and the modules in that project are still read only :-(
  • Doug_Wilson
    Doug_Wilson
    5 Posts

    Re: Imported Partition

    ‏2013-02-06T20:47:17Z  
    • DXLUser
    • ‏2013-02-06T13:32:55Z
    Hi,

    I can convert the folder to a project don't see any imported or exported partitions and the modules in that project are still read only :-(
    Hi Madelin,
    I had what seems to be the same problem back in December. Working with an IBM tech, he told me to run the following code in each of the modules inside the folder that I wanted to delete.
    ========================================
    Module m = current Module
    print setPartitionMask_(m, 0x10000000)
    ========================================
    This was to enable deletion of the modules. After running this in each I was then to delete all the modules inside the folder and then I would be able to delete the folder.

    But before he got this solution to me, I had already deleted the modules in the folder (found that not to be a problem) to see if that might allow me to then delete the folder. I still could not delete the folder.

    So then he gave me different DXL to run with the folder that I wanted to delete selected in the left pane of the DOORS Explorer. Here's that code.
    ========================================
    Folder f = current Folder
    print setPartitionMask_(f, 0x10000000)
    ========================================
    After running this, I was then able to delete the folder.

    To make sure I had all the permissions that I would need, he had me sign in as Administrator.

    I hope this works for you.

    Doug
  • DXLUser
    DXLUser
    4 Posts

    Re: Imported Partition

    ‏2013-02-07T14:16:55Z  
    Hi Madelin,
    I had what seems to be the same problem back in December. Working with an IBM tech, he told me to run the following code in each of the modules inside the folder that I wanted to delete.
    ========================================
    Module m = current Module
    print setPartitionMask_(m, 0x10000000)
    ========================================
    This was to enable deletion of the modules. After running this in each I was then to delete all the modules inside the folder and then I would be able to delete the folder.

    But before he got this solution to me, I had already deleted the modules in the folder (found that not to be a problem) to see if that might allow me to then delete the folder. I still could not delete the folder.

    So then he gave me different DXL to run with the folder that I wanted to delete selected in the left pane of the DOORS Explorer. Here's that code.
    ========================================
    Folder f = current Folder
    print setPartitionMask_(f, 0x10000000)
    ========================================
    After running this, I was then able to delete the folder.

    To make sure I had all the permissions that I would need, he had me sign in as Administrator.

    I hope this works for you.

    Doug
    Doug,

    Thank you, your solution worked!

    Madelin