On Mon, 11 Oct 1999, David V. Brenner wrote:
> Deleting the device in Enterprise Manager does not delete the .dat file
> associated with the device. Poke around in your SQL directory structure and
> look for a file with the same name (.dat extension) as the device you
> created. Delete it and you're once again ready to create an SQL device of
> the same name.
> David V. Brenner - email@example.com
> International Services Network Corporation
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> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of wilson l. chua
> > Sent: Sunday, October 10, 1999 7:47 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [Emerald] newbie questions on emerald database
> > Hi, a bit of pardon if this has been discussed before.
> > I was successful in setting up the emerald database (2.5.278) on
> > my sql 7.0
> > (no sp)
> > I then decided to delete this.(i also selected the delete device option)
> > I then proceeded to re-create the a new emerald database with the
> > same name.
> > To my surprise, emerald refuses to do so, saying that the device name
> > already exist!
> > however, it is surprising as the emerald database and its associated log
> > file is no longer in the sql7.0 directory and the sql list of databases
> > under the enterprise manager.
> > A look at the registry only shows iea/radius
> > Where did i go wrong on this? I also reset the computer just in case it
> > wasstill in the cache.
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