Ensure that you're passing the proposal id to the remove function. The following code is an example using the API in SAMPLE data.

Public Sub DeleteProposal()
   Dim oRec As CRecord
   Set oRec = New CRecord
   oRec.Init REApplication.SessionContext

   'Load prospect record using system record ID
   oRec.Load 280
   
   Dim oProspect As CProspect
   Dim oProp As CProposal

   Set oProspect = oRec.Prospect

   For Each oProp In oProspect.Proposals
       oProspect.Proposals.Remove (oProp.Fields(PROPOSAL_fld_ID))
   Next oProp

   oRec.Save
   oRec.Closedown
   Set oRec = Nothing

   Set oProp = Nothing
   Set oProspect = Nothing
End Sub


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