Deletion Dependencies

When an object (Device, Trigger, Schedule, Action Group, Control Page, or Variable) is deleted, you will be presented a dialog to confirm. If there are any other objects that are dependent on the object you're deleting, the dialog will show you the dependencies.

If you double-click on the dependency, the edit dialog for that object will open so you can change/remove it. If you want the dependent objects to be deleted, just click the Delete button.

Specifically - if the object being deleted will render the dependent object useless, for instance a trigger event that's defined with the device you're deleting in the device state changed definition, then the entire object will be deleted - in this case the trigger. Same with conditions. If the object is used in one of several actions or if it's used on a control page, just the action or page element will be deleted.

You may also right-click on any object to pop up the contextual menu and a new menu item, Show Dependencies, will allow you to open a separate window showing the dependencies for the object:

This should be a big help in figuring out what a given object's dependencies are and allow you to quickly change those relationships.

indigo_7_documentation/deletion_dependencies.txt · Last modified: 2016/02/10 22:17 (external edit)
 

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