3.7 Deleting Objects
- When you delete a WAM from the LANSA Editor, the WAM RDMLX and all of its WebRoutine XSL stylesheets for all languages and Technology Services are also deleted. The default WAM layout can optionally be deleted when you delete a WAM. Other weblets used by the WAM are not deleted.
- If the option to delete orphan webroutine designs when closing is enabled (the default setting), you don't need to remove them manually. Otherwise, the XSL Stylesheets are not automatically deleted, and will still appear as an item in the LANSA Editor's Outline view and the Web Designs tab. You can delete them from the WAM Editor's Outline view.
- When you check-in a WAM, its RDMLX source and all XSL Stylesheets for all languages and Technology Services are checked-in. The WAM's layout weblet is also checked-in.
- When you check-out a WAM, its RDMLX source and all XSL Stylesheets for all languages and Technology Services are checked-out. Please note that the WAM's layout weblet is not checked-out.
- When you create a new partition language, you need to republish your WAM's webroutines. This is not done automatically.
- When you delete a Weblet in the WAM Editor's Weblet view, you are deleting the Weblet for all languages and all Technology Services.
- Be aware that if other Weblets or Webroutine XSL Stylesheets use a Weblet you deleted, you will get errors when opening those documents in the LANSA Editor, or when executing the WAM that uses them. Any references to deleted Weblets must be removed by editing the Webroutine's XSL Source.
- Weblets can be checked-in or out in the LANSA Editor's Repository view.
- When you create a new partition language, you need to republish your Weblets. This is not done automatically.