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4/28/2015 3:43 AM
 

We are currently managing our clients DNN application. The client has approximately 24+ DNN portals and over the years most of the stores have closed down and are no longer needed. The version of DNN is an old one as well. We are using MS SQL and I want to know how to delete the inactive stores and their data from the MS SQL database as the database has grown to a very large size. It would be very much appreciated if someone would be able to help me with the process or have instructions on which is the best way to do this.

Thanking you in advance

Efraim Silver

 
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4/29/2015 8:33 AM
 
if you delete the Website in DNN menu item Host > Website Management, it should delete all (or at least most) of the data of each store.
besides, you should check the following tables and clear content, because it might affect DB size as well:
- SiteLog
- ScheduleHistory
- EventLog

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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