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javgregorio
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New Dataset New Shareable Link

Hi,

I deleted an old dataset and republished a new dataset with the same file name and noticed that the report link is a new one. Can I still recover the old link since we already roll out the link to the users?

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TomMartens
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TomMartens
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Hey @javgregorio ,

 

deleting an object and recreating a new object, no matter if the object has the same name as one one object that already existed in the past - a new id and for this reason a new id are created. A new id means a new link.

 

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Hi Tom,

Thanks for the reply. I understand that it will create a new link but is there a way that we can still recover the old link when we recover the old dataset?

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