My Database is in partial-mode schema.
When I query accidentally like this
UPDATE class_name set following.rid = "Hello"
It created a property in my class now "following.rid"(which is supposedly not and should return an error since that property name is not valid).
Now I want to drop this property because it is so annoying.
But as expected it returns an error since first of all following.rid is not a valid property.
This is my DROP property syntax:
DROP PROPERTY class_name.following.rid
Error: com.orientechnologies.orient.core.sql.OCommandSQLParsingException: Error on parsing command at position #39: Expected .. Use DROP PROPERTY .
Command: DROP PROPERTY class_name.following.rid
Can you please check this one? thanks.
This is an old issue, it is not valid anymore in current release.
UPDATE class_name set `following.rid` = "Hello"
CREATE PROPERTY class_name.`following.rid`
DROP PROPERTY class_name.`following.rid`