Running CE 188.8.131.52, using Simple Configurable Products (SCP) extension, running 2 stores in Magento, using prices of simple products to be the price for options (size, color, etc...).
Normally an upload is done without explicitly defining a storeid for pricing, but a bad upload was performed and storeids were listed for pricing. This has now caused the system to not allow the price to be updated via admin backend for the simple products in each store view (the price reverts to the original for that store view, but the default price does get updated). The prices on catalog pages and in cart reflect the per-store prices however. No easy way now to make pricing changes via admin now.
Beyond this being a bug / conflict between the setup and extension, my question is: Is it safe to manually delete the entries in the MySQL table "catalog_product_entity_decimal" that are using attribute_id of 75 (price) and have a storeid greater than zero (i.e. not the default). This would fix the issue in the quickest way besides deleting products and re-uploading them.
Are there any drawbacks to doing this? Will it cause db corruption / conflicts with any other tables / relationships?