How to Delete a Knowledge Base in SQL Server 2012 Data Quality Services?

A quick post on step – by – step to delete a Knowledge Base (KB) in SQL Server 2012 Data Quality Services (DQS):

1. Open the Data Quality Client

2. Click on “Open Knowledge Base”

SQL Server 2012 Data Quality Services delete a Knowledge Base

3. Select the KB > Right Mouse Click > Delete.

Note that it also allows you to Rename, Open and see properties of a Knowledge Base via this Knowledge Base Management UI.

SQL Server 2012 Data Quality Services knowledge base management

That’s about it for this post. I took me five minutes to figure how to delete a KB and so I thought I would document it if someone is not able to find this option as quick as they might have thought. Happy Data Cleaning!

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