Prakash Sagadevan commented on JENA-1481:

Moving configuration ttl file and database data files into the trash or backup 
folder make sense. So that whenever the recreating the same dataset name the 
contents will not reappear. Considering the storage space, the data could be 
compressed and moved into the trash or backup folder.

[Nice to have feature] - In Fuseki WEB GUI, we can provide two options for the 
deleted dataset.
1. Option to restore the deleted dataset(to get the configuration files and 
data from trash or backup folder). 
2. Option to remove the dataset permanently. It removes the configuration file 
and database data from trash or backup folder.

> 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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