Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Admin » Remove All Data left by this plugin from the Database

  • Resolved danielmoorehbd

    (@danielmoorehbd)


    Hi,
    Does anyone know what database query to run to remove all the “bloat” left by this plugin after it has been disabled?
    Kind Regards

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  • Plugin Author psealock

    (@psealock)

    Hi @danielmoorehbd, thanks for your question. You’ve raised a great point that data associated with WooCommerce Admin should be removed after plugin deletion. I’ve just confirmed that it is not and created an issue. Feel free to follow along here, https://github.com/woocommerce/woocommerce-admin/issues/2361.

    danielmoorehbd

    (@danielmoorehbd)

    Thanks @psealock I’ve subscribed to the thread.
    I’m trying to delete this in the short term, I’ve previously been able to do this running a query in phpMyAdmin, is this possible would you know?
    We don’t want to keep any data ascosiated with this plugin.
    Kind Regards

    Luke Cavanagh

    (@lukefiretoss)

    @danielmoorehbd
    You can delete (drop) the database table using phpMyAdmin. Google any of the how to guides to delete database tables. The database table to drop will be named wp_wc_order_stats

    Plugin Author Albert Juhé Lluveras

    (@aljullu)

    @danielmoorehbd the new version released today (0.13.1) clears all data after deleting the plugin.

    To make sure everything is correctly removed, you can install the plugin again, activate it, and then deactivating it and deleting it from the admin page.

    I will proceed marking this thread as resolved. Please, feel free to reopen it if you can still reproduce the bug.

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