Andy Seaborne commented on JENA-1481:

See JENA-1410.

This is intentional.  A dataset can be a large, valuable collection of data so 
going the extra step to manually remove it is teh current policy as the 
accidental deletion can be so serious.

Moving to a "trash" area might be possible if someone wants to provide a pull 
request for such a feature.

> Deleting dataset in Fuseki does not delete dataset permanently
> --------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: JENA-1481
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JENA-1481
>             Project: Apache Jena
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Fuseki
>         Environment: Linux & Windows
>            Reporter: Prakash Sagadevan
>            Priority: Trivial
>         Attachments: image-2018-02-08-17-34-35-843.png, 
> image-2018-02-08-17-54-05-560.png, image-2018-02-08-17-54-22-860.png, 
> image-2018-02-08-17-54-40-174.png, image-2018-02-08-17-54-53-762.png, 
> image-2018-02-08-17-55-05-360.png, image-2018-02-08-17-55-21-173.png
> In Apache Jena fuskei 3.6.0, I have created a persistent dataset called 
> "Sample". 
> Following are the steps performed to created a "Sample" dataset
>  # Fuseki Version !image-2018-02-08-17-54-05-560.png!
>  # Create a persistent dataset !image-2018-02-08-17-54-22-860.png!
>  # Checking Fuskei TDB Location. 
>  ## Once after the new dataset created, the configuration turtle file 
> (Sample.ttl) and database folder (Sample) is created. 
> !image-2018-02-08-17-54-40-174.png!
>  # Remove the "Sample" dataset
>  ## Click Remove button !image-2018-02-08-17-54-53-762.png!
>  ## Confirmation !image-2018-02-08-17-55-05-360.png!  
>  # Check the Fuskei TDB Location.  !image-2018-02-08-17-55-21-173.png!
> It seems that latest *Apache Jena fuskei 3.6.0* application deletes only the 
> configuration turtle file not the database folder in both Windows and Linux 
> environment.
> *Note:* *Apache Jena fuskei 3.4.0* application could not delete both 
> configuration turtle file and database. so the dataset will be present when 
> fuseki restarted.

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