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Can I remove eDir objects after upgrade


Hi all: Can I remove some of the GW objects in eDir. We run GW 2014. Specifically can the PO. POA, GWIA be removed?
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Never mind. Found the needed info.



>>> cmosentine<cmosentine@N0_5pam_vrapc.com> 6/15/2015 10:11 AM >>>


Hi all: Can I remove some of the GW objects in eDir. We run GW 2014. Specifically can the PO. POA, GWIA be removed?
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Re: Can I remove eDir objects after upgrade

Hi,

Sorry for the slow response. Glad that you found the necessary info - thanks for reporting back 🙂

Cheers,
Laura Buckley

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cmosentine wrote on 06/16/2015 02:11 PM:
> Never mind. Found the needed info.
>>>> cmosentine<cmosentine@N0_5pam_vrapc.com> 6/15/2015 10:11 AM >>>

> Hi all: Can I remove some of the GW objects in eDir. We run GW 2014.
> Specifically can the PO. POA, GWIA be removed?


One thing to keep in mind: If you need the archive editor, you may want to keep the domain objects in eDir. While they don't get updated any longer, GWAFE still works for users that existed before the upgrade to 2014.

Uwe


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