Delete (Mark for Deletion)

There are two deletion modes: direct deletion and deletion mark. The particular user's rights determine the availability of the modes.

Marking for deletion permits you to indicate that catalog items should be deleted; it changes the catalog item icon (it will feature strikethrough), while the data continues to be displayed.

As a rule, if it is set in the specific configuration, the system maintains reference integrity of the infobase objects: in this mode direct deletion of some system objects (such as catalog items and documents) is not allowed; you can only set an object deletion mark, but you cannot delete the object.

If a user selects an item marked for deletion in the text box, a message will be displayed.

Ordinary Run Mode

To mark a catalog item for deletion, place the mouse pointer in the appropriate row and select Actions — Mark for Deletion menu item. Or right-click in the row containing the catalog item and select a corresponding item from the context menu.

To clear a deletion mark from a catalog item, place the cursor in the row containing the previously marked item and select Actions — Unmark for Deletion, or use a corresponding item from the context menu.

Actual deletion of objects (including catalog items) is done when Delete Marked Objects command is selected from the Operations menu, if this operation is available to this user.

Managed Run Mode

To set a deletion mark for a catalog item, place the cursor in the line containing the item and select Mark/Unmark for Deletion command. To clear a deletion mark, use the same command.

The deletion itself is performed by the user possessing appropriate rights.

If the current user has a permission for immediate deletion, the Delete command is used. Note that the system does not check referential integrity of the data (usage of the item in the accounting data attributes). Referential integrity is checked in the ordinary run mode.

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