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There are a few custom schemas / dictionary entries that I can't seem to get rid of.
When I try to delete the dictionary entry it returns a "Server Fault" and tells me to check the logs but these logs don't provide much insight into the problem.
I've logged into the MySQL database directly and these schemas don't even exist in there anymore, yet WFA is trying to reference them.
How can I remove these from WFA completely?
What is your WFA version?
Windows or Linux?
Thanks for the reply. I'm running WFA 4.2 on Windows.
We've seen this issue when we were on 4.1 also.
Just following up if you had any ideas on this issue?
Kindly log a support case with NetApp. It appears to be a product bug.