Teradata SQL Assistant Query History

The Teradata SQL Assistant stores query history.  This is a handy feature that helps recall a query that was run earlier but might not have been saved to a file.  The problem is that the history can only be deleted one record at a time.  If there are frequent queries run, this becomes a time consuming task.   While there is a query history cleanup feature in 13.11, how can this be done with earlier versions?    There is a Microsoft Access database that stores the query history.  That database can be opened and the history can be deleted with a SQL query.  The path to the database is [Local Disk]->Users->[UserName]->AppData->Roaming->Teradata->SQL Assistant.

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