Manually uninstalling Web server plug-ins for WebSphere Application Server

Use this manual procedure for uninstalling Web server plug-ins for WAS when the uninstaller program is not available for some reason.

 

Before you begin

This topic describes uninstalling the Web server plug-ins for WebSphere Application Server.

 

Overview

After uninstalling the Web server plug-ins for WebSphere Application Server, one can reinstall them using any of the installation procedures that are described in Installing Web server plug-ins

 

Procedure

  1. Delete the installation root directory for Web server plug-ins for WebSphere Application Server.

  2. Delete the Web server definition in the application server configuration.

    You can delete a Web server definition using the following wsadmin commands

    $AdminTask deleteServer { -serverNamewebserver1 -nodeName webserver1_node }
    $AdminTask removeUnmanagedNode { -nodeName webserver1_node } 
    $AdminConfig save
    
    

  3. Reconfigure any Web servers that were configured to use the binary plug-ins that you deleted.

    See Editing Web server configuration files.

  4. Delete the following registry keys using the platform-specific steps described in Uninstalling manually.

    Operating system Registry keys
    AIX, Linux and Windows WSPAA60, WSPAA60DefineglobalconstantsComponent, WSPAA60DefinelocalvariablesComponent, WSPAA60LicensingComponent, WSPAA60Webserverplugins, WSPAA60WebserverpluginsComponent, WSPAA60AddBytes, WSPAA60gskit, WSPAA60gskitComponent
    HP-UX WSPAA60, WSPAA60DGCC, WSPAA60DLVC, WSPAA60LC, WSPAA60WSPC, WSPAA60AddBytesHS, WSPAA60gskitHP, WSPAA60gskitHPC, WSPAA60jdkHP
    Solaris WSPAA60, WSPAA60AC, WSPAA60BC, WSPAA60CC, WSPAA60DC, WSPAA60FC, WSPAA60FB, WSPAA60GC, WSPAA60HC

 

Result

Delete the installation root directory for the Web server plug-ins for WAS removes the binary plug-ins. Any Web servers that are configured to use the deleted binary modules do not work. Reinstall the Web server plug-ins for WAS and reconfigure the Web servers to restore their functionality.

 

What to do next

See Installing Web server plug-ins for information about other installation scenarios for reinstalling Web server plug-ins.

 



 

 

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