This article treats how to delete the registry handled by BizAgi of its previously existing projects.
9.1.x BizAgi versions.
Before You Begin
Please take into account that this procedure should be attempted if your existing project cannot be properly deleted using BizAgi Studio as shown:
In order to be able to create a new project with the same name of a previously existing project in your server, you will require to complete the following checklist in this particular order:1. Ensure your previous project's Scheduler service does not exist.
To delete the installed Scheduler in your server, execute the "BizAgi_Proyecto01_Scheduler_Service_UnInstall.bat" file for 32-bit operating systems.
This file is located at: "C:\BizAgi\Xpress\Projects\[your_project]\Scheduler\".
2. Ensure your previous project's database does not exist.
To delete your database, open SQL Server Management Studio and log in to the database instance in which the project's database was created. Proceed to delete the database as shown:
3. Ensure your previous project's web site does not exist in your server
Delete the created web site in your IIS by accessing to your Internet Information Services Manager. The project's web site should be under the "Default Web Site" as shown:
4. Ensure your previous project's folder does not exist in your server.
Once you have no scheduler service nor existing database for your project, you may delete the folder "C:\BizAgi\Xpress\Projects\[your_project]".
5. Ensure your previous project's information does not exist in your server's BizAgi registry.
Proceed to edit the "BizAgiProjects.xml" and delete the whole <project>...</project> element that has the corresponding information of your target project.
This file is located under "C:\ProgramData\BizAgi\" for operating systems such as Windows Vista or Windows 7.
This file is located under "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\BizAgi\" for other operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 2003 server, etc.
The project element has a sub-element <Name> which allows you to identify the correct project.
Detail in the image below:
NOTE: The mentioned folder does exist, however it is hidden and you may either input the location in your windows explorer or enable visibility for hidden folders (in tools -> folder options..) and navigate your way through it.
See the image below for more clarification on enabling visibility for hidden folders.
After having performed the checklist a new project may be created with the once used name.
It is recommended you consult with any other team mates that may share your development server before altering the previously mentioned files. It is desirable that you have XML basic knowledge so you are aware of the changes made.