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Is there a way to find where is component used? We have a fairly large community and trying to go thru all the pages in Community Builder would be major pain.

I've tried this trick only to get circular reference (AuraDefinition.Id references AuraDefinition.AuraDefinitionBundleId).

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    If you try and delete the AuraDefinitionBundle and there are references to it you get blocked with a "This lightning component bundle is referenced elsewhere in salesforce.com". It then includes the name of the referencing bundle. Not hugely useful to find all the references though. – Daniel Ballinger Sep 28 '17 at 1:28
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When you do uninstall a package, yes, it will provide you a type Lightning Component bundle reference:

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However, if you proceed with uninstalling:

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You will be provided with further details. Unfortunately, the community pages are not explicitly mentioned, but, there is a link that you can select which will take you to the community page where it is referenced by in the lightning component bundle, allowing you to delete it or un-reference it in your component, for Example:

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Clicking on the hyperlink to the far right will redirect me to the community page where the component is being used or referenced.

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