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Hello, I Created Dataset A, Then Created A New Version Of This Dataset (Dataset B) And Specified Dataset A As The Parent. After I Deleted Dataset A, I Can'T Download Dataset B Because Part Of Dataset A Is Missing. Is There A Way To Prevent The Dataset Fro

I created dataset A, then created a new version of this dataset (dataset B) and specified dataset A as the parent. After I deleted dataset A, I can't download dataset B because part of dataset A is missing. Is there a way to prevent the dataset from being deleted if it is someone's parent?

Posted 11 months ago
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Hi FreshParrot56 , I'm not sure there is a way to stop it. However you do need to archive and then delete it.

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