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Version: 1.8.x

Delete configuration

This guide shows you how to use the delete configuration tool to delete configuration that is not needed.

The delete configuration tool looks for a delete.yaml file located in the project's root folder and deletes all configurations defined in this file after finishing deployment.

File structure

The delete.yaml file structure should be as follows.

- "auto-tag/my-tag"
- "custom-service-java/my custom service"

You must specify the API and the name (not id) of the configuration to be deleted.

⚠️ if the same name is used for the new config and the config defined in delete.yaml, then the config will be deleted right after deployment.

⚠️ Due to the nature of single configuration endpoints (i.e. global opposed to entity configuration) and non-uniquely named configurations (i.e. dashboard and request-naming-service) these configurations can not be deleted.