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Removing KFM tables from the Powerstore database

Thread began 10/06/2014 11:01 am by Jared Lui | Last modified 10/06/2014 1:22 pm by Jared Lui | 417 views | 2 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The KFM tables are used by the File Manager that is accessed through the image tool in an HTML Editor instance.

for example, on the Products Long Description field, click the image tool, then browse the server to open the File Manager.

If the tables don't exist, they will be created by the file manager.

So, yes, it is safe to delete them, but don't expect them to stay deleted.

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