Unable to delete package from Package Manager

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    Avatarjlcarreiro
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    Hi, I have a package I need to change. I have no scheduled packages listed. When I attempt to delete the package I get the following error:
    “Unable to delete package(s)s due to pending updates”
    Any ideas? I suspect some service has it hung up.
    Thanks.
    Joe C.

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Hi Joe,

    go to my website and download either “WDM SQL Queries” or “MDTools” to delete the pending updates directly from the database.

    CG

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    Hi, I can not use WDM SQL since we dont’ have .net2.0 installed. And since I dont’ control the OS on this server can’t not install it. I can use MDTools, but well…. not sure what to do? Which table view do I want and what then from there? Are there any docs out there?

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Just checked. MDTools does not support delete pending updates.
    Do you have access to the database via SQL management tools?

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    This is pretty much what I am dealing with. I am using SQL Manager Lite but I am not sure what databse to look in and what the name of the table is. Where in the database do I delete the pending downloads?

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    They are in the Command table.

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    Avataredps
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    @ConfGen wrote:

    They are in the Command table.

    CG

    Yeah I checked the command table and it was blank. Could it be any where else?

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