If you are sure that a version of a Job is no longer useful, you can remove it by deleting its resource files.
- A Job removed this way will not go to the Recycle bin and therefore cannot be restored.
- Mis-deletion of a resource file may cause damage to the integrity of the corresponding Job and thus cause it to stop functioning.
Note that you can also remove old versions of each item in the Repository tree view through the view in the Project Settings dialog box. For more information, see Removing old versions of project items.
About this task
- If you want to remove the latest version of a Job and if it is currently open, close it.
Select Show View
dialog box, select and click OK to open the
Navigator view in the configuration tabs area.
from the menu, then in the the Skip this step if the Navigator view is already displayed.
In the Navigator view, expand to the node named after
This node is in all capitals, MY_PROJECT for example.
Go to the process folder to show the resource files of
If your Job is in a sub folder, go to that sub folder to show the corresponding resource files.
Select the three resource files corresponding to your Job name and the version you want to delete, right-click the
selection and click Delete on the context menu, and then
click OK in the Delete Resources
For example, to delete the 0.1 version of a Job named my_job, delete these files:
Note that there is no .screenshot file if you are working on a Git managed project and your Job was created when the Do not create or update screenshots for Jobs, Joblets, Routes and Routelets check box on the General view in the Project Settings dialog box is selected. For more information, see Configuring screenshot generation.