E.g, you had 9 CPs in your system. Now you don't need so many CPs any more and want to delete CPs CP006 to CP009. The normal and correct way to do this is to delete the server objects in the GUI. This removes the CPs completely from the system. However, the supernumerary MQCP-tables created for these CPs will not be deleted and remain in the database. This is in general no problem and has no side effects, but if you want to get rid of them, you can delete them manually by SQL-command.
For MS SQL, the command looks as following:
In the SELECT you have to enter the tables to delete in the where-clause. In this example, these are MQCP006 to MQCP009.
if the tables are gone.
In the third line, in the select, the MQCP-tables to be deleted have to be entered.
With the command below you can check which tables are available: