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Delete value or range definitions from a table

  1. Open a validity record.
    1. Click Tailoring > Database Manager.
    2. Type validity in the Form field, and then click Search.

      A list of the validity form records in your database opens.

    3. Double-click a validity Format Name record, and then click Search.

      The Validity Table Specifications form opens.

    4. Click Search.

      A list of data validation records opens.

    5. Select a record.
  2. Click More or the More Actions icon and choose Display All Values or Display All Ranges.

    A Validity Value Specifications form or Validity Range Specifications form opens.

  3. Access the table editing controls. Click More or the More Actions icon, and choose Edit Table.
  4. Put the cursor anywhere in the record you want to delete, and then click Delete.

    Warning: Make sure this is the record you want to delete. When you click Delete, you are not prompted to confirm the command. Instead, the record is immediately removed from the table.

  5. Repeat the process with any other value or range definitions you want to delete.
  6. Click End to exit the table edit mode.
  7. Click Back to return to the validity record.
  8. Click Save.

Related concepts

Accessing the validity file
Data validation
Format Control processes

Related tasks

Display value summary details
Display range summary details
Create validity table definitionsAdd field-level definitionsCreate validity table definitions
Add value definitions
Add range definitions
Validate the validity definitions
Delete an entire validity record
Delete a single value or range definition
Print a detailed report of an entire validity record
Validate fields during record processing
Create a validity lookup option in Format Control
Call validate.fields from Format Control

Related references

Validity validation rules