This article describes how to automatically delete tables that have become broken in your report. Broken tables can be identified in the Pages tree by a red ! mark in a circle, and on the page itself, there will be a message in a red box that tells you why the table is broken. In this example, a filter has been deleted, causing several tables to break.
Once the function has been run, all broken tables will be removed from the document.
One or more broken tables in the document that you want to delete.
Note that it's not necessary to delete these tables if you want to keep them. In such cases, instead address the issues in the error message on the Page itself.
1. In the toolbar, select Delete > Delete If Broken.
2. You will get a dialog showing what tables have been deleted, like this:
NOTE: This will delete only tables, not other objects like visualizations. If your visualization has been transformed directly from a table (i.e., selecting the table and from the object inspector, selecting Visualization under the Chart type),
then you can revert back to a table by selecting Table, and then select Delete > Delete If Broken from the toolbar to remove the broken output.
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