Use FM dev and create a report about the database, that way you'll see
if the fields have any relationship with existing scripts.
> A long time ago (on this forum I believe), there was a discussion on
> deleting fields. It was advised never to delete fields in an
> established database as it could mess up the database somehow.
> My goal is to overhaul our existing database which has many unused
> fields. I was hoping that I could save the database as an empty
> clone, delete the unused fields, then import the data back into the
> cleaner database that I would avoid any problems with deleted fields.
> Does anyone have advice on this subject?
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