I have a personal geodatabase - based on an MS Access .mdb file - from which I cannot delete an old feature class.
The tables relating to the feature class have been deleted from the .mdb, but the feature class remains visible as part of the geodatabase in ArcCatalog 9.3.
I cannot delete it through ArcToolbox, nor through ArcCatalog, either by right-clicking, or selecting the feature class and choosing the 'delete' button.
I receive this error message:
'Failed to delete selected object(s) The application is not licensed to perform this operation The table was not found. The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot find the input table or query 'postcodes_Project'. Make sure it exists and that its name is spelled correctly.'
I understand that the program is struggling as a result of the tables being missing from the database, but is there anything I can do to delete it permanently?