Delete a table from a Generic JDBC connection
Whenever you try to remove a table in a connection, ThoughtSpot checks for dependencies and shows a list of dependent objects. You can select the listed objects to delete them or remove the dependency. Then you can remove the table. Note that Generic JDBC connections are behind a flag and off by default. To enable them, contact ThoughtSpot Support.
To delete a table from a Generic JDBC connection:
Select Data in the top navigation bar.
Open the Connections tab in the left navigation bar.
Select the name of the connection that contains the table you want to delete.
Find the table you want to delete in the list, and select the checkbox next to its name.
Click Delete, and then select Delete again to confirm.
If you attempt to delete a table with dependent objects, the operation is blocked. A Cannot delete window appears, with a list of links to dependent objects. See Delete a table with dependent objects.
See the Connection reference for details of connection parameters.