Console - DICTIONARY REMOVE

Removes the association from the database dictionary.

Syntax

DICTIONARY REMOVE <key>
  • <key> Defines the key that you want to remove.

Example

  • In a database dictionary of U.S. presidents, remove the key for Barack Obama:

    orientdb> DICTIONARY REMOVE obama
    
    Entry removed from the dictionary. Last value of entry was:
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Class: Person   id: 5:4   v.1
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
       parent : null
     children : [[email protected]:5{parent:[email protected]:4,children:null,name:Malia Ann,
                surname:Obama,city:null}, [email protected]:6{parent:[email protected]:4,
                children:null,name:Natasha,surname:Obama,city:null}]
         name : Barack
      surname : Obama
         city : [email protected]:2{name:Honolulu}
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    

You can display information for all keys stored in the database dictionary using the DICTIONARY KEY command. For more information on dictionaries and indexes, see Indexes.

For more information on other commands, see Console Commands.

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