Delete an Invalid Domain on SQL Server - Intergraph Smart Instrumentation - 13.1 - Administration & Configuration - Hexagon

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  • If an initialization process fails to complete, this domain becomes invalid (cannot be used).  We recommend that you delete the invalid domain before initializing a new one.

  • In addition to displaying invalid domains, the Delete Invalid Domain dialog box displays all valid schemas of other databases residing in your database server.  Smart Instrumentation cannot verify whether you selected an invalid domain or a valid schema of another database.  If you selected an invalid domain schema, you can safely proceed with the domain deletion. Deleting a schema that does not part of Smart Instrumentation results in deleting data in the database to which the schema belongs.

  1. With the System Administration window open, click DBA > Delete Invalid Domain.

  2. In the Delete Invalid Domain dialog box, from the Domain Name list, select the invalid domain.

    SHARED Tip If the list is empty, there are no corrupted domains in the current database.

  3. Click OK.

  • After you click OK, you are prompted to verify your selection to make sure you have selected a schema of an invalid domain and not a schema that is not part of Smart Instrumentation.

  • The duration of the deletion process depends on the stage at which the domain initialization failed: the later the stage, the longer the deletion process.

  • In SQL Server, Smart Instrumentation automatically deletes all the data files associated with an invalid domain.