How to delete tagged modules?

Some directed me to use this method

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Reference/OutSystems_APIs/LifeTime_API_v2


But if anyone here can explain to me how to use it, it would be much appreciated.


Error Message:

There are no Module versions to be deleted.

254 Module versions are excluded from this list because they are used in tagged versions of applications or solutions.


Thanks


Hello Farish, 

If still possible update the post title, it is not at all descriptive to the problem you post.

Regarding your question please see the conversation in the following post: 

https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/58919/will-deleting-an-app-delete-delete-all-its-versions/

Regards,

Daniel

Daniël Kuhlmann wrote:

Hello Farish, 

If still possible update the post title, it is not at all descriptive to the problem you post.

Regarding your question please see the conversation in the following post: 

https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/58919/will-deleting-an-app-delete-delete-all-its-versions/

Regards,

Daniel

Ops, I forgot to put the title.

I tried to update the post title, but I don't think I can, I don't see an option to edit.


About the post, I know now that I have to use this:

"DELETE /applications/{ApplicationKey}/versions/{VersionKey}/"

in DBCleaner On Steroids, but how to apply the code there? where should I go


Please I need an answer!

I'm expected to publish the app this Sunday, but the database is full.

Hi Faris,

This is not the first post regarding your full environment. So far all the replies you got could not move you forward cleaning up your environment. I will send you a private message for an alternative approach, to help you fulfill your commitment to publishing your application on Sunday.

Regards,

Daniel

Solution

Hi Faris,

As I shared with you in a PM, I was able to clean up your environment using DB Cleaner on Steriods, there were for example to large solutions and a lot of processes and module versions to cleanup. Eventually, the database usage was reduced from 90% to 27%.

The cleanup one performs with DBCleaner or DBCleaner On Steriods, are not directly visible in the database usage totals in LifeTime, it can take easily an hour before they show accurate values.

Regards,

Daniel

Solution

Daniël Kuhlmann wrote:

Hi Faris,

As I shared with you in a PM, I was able to clean up your environment using DB Cleaner on Steriods, there were for example to large solutions and a lot of processes and module versions to cleanup. Eventually, the database usage was reduced from 90% to 27%.

The cleanup one performs with DBCleaner or DBCleaner On Steriods, are not directly visible in the database usage totals in LifeTime, it can take easily an hour before they show accurate values.

Regards,

Daniel

Thanks Daniel for this help, it means a lot.

Yeah I just checked and it was reduced significantly