#dominoforever | Product Ideas Portal

Welcome to the #dominoforever Product Ideas Forum! The place where you can submit product ideas and enhancement request. We encourage you to participate by voting on, commenting on, and creating new ideas. All new ideas will be evaluated by HCL Product Management & Engineering teams, and the next steps will be communicated. While not all submitted ideas will be executed upon, community feedback will play a key role in influencing which ideas are and when they will be implemented.

For more information and upcoming events around #dominoforever, please visit our Destination Domino Page

Easier to remove all documents from an NSF

to remove all documents from an nSF incl profile documents nowadays involve the assistance of admins and developers. an option to admin client would be of great help.

  • Guest
  • Aug 8 2018
  • No Plans to Implement
  • Attach files
  • Guest commented
    4 Sep, 2018 04:45pm

    Dont delete all documents - it just gives overhead in form of deletion stubs etc. Delete the database instead - and re-create from the template. 

  • Guest commented
    24 Aug, 2018 10:22am

    Isn't this already possible using the methods outlined in  How to purge document deletion stubs immediately - IBM

  • Guest commented
    24 Aug, 2018 05:49am

    you could provide the option for the admin client? it's not a feature for end-users.

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    23 Aug, 2018 08:49pm

    Within applications profile documents and sometimes even normal documents are required for the application to function properly. Providing a function to clear everything might be dangerous, so I think it should be up to the application developer to provide this function. e.g. reset a survey database.

  • Guest commented
    13 Aug, 2018 07:51am

    a typical situation would be start collecting data. most simple use case is log files. but also application that run for a limited amout of time (survey, polls). cleaning old data can be a use case.

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    8 Aug, 2018 03:54pm

    What would be a typical situation when you have to remove all documents from an existing NSF ?