duplicate explore

  • 1 March 2022
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In attempting to create an explore in my model file, I get the error message:


There is already an “explore” named “new_explore1”


Code that generates the error

explore: new_explore1 {}


Is there a place to view all existing explore in the Looker interface?


Best answer by n_davis 1 March 2022, 19:55

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You can search for the explore name in the UI


Just an update for future searchers. This issue originated from creating a view from table.  Some tables do not have primary keys.  It seems like for those looker automatically creates explores before generating the views.


The find functionality above helped identify where these explores were created. So, thanks n_davis for the response.