Uninstall fix packs from the Web Server Plug-ins using the GUI
We can roll back the Web Server Plug-ins to an earlier version using the Installation Manager GUI.
During the rollback process, Installation Manager must access files from the earlier version of the package. By default, these files are stored on the computer when you install a package. If we change the default setting or delete the saved files, Installation Manager requires access to the repository that was used to install the earlier version.
For information on installing and removing fix packs for WebSphere Application Server offerings on distributed operating systems using the Installation Manager command line, read the following articles in this information center:
- Install fix packs on distributed operating systems using the command line
- Uninstall fix packs from distributed operating systems using the command line
- Stop all servers on the WAS installation that is being modified.
- Start Installation Manager.
- Click Roll Back.
If we are prompted to authenticate, use the IBM ID and password that you use to access protected IBM software websites.
- Select the package group to roll back.
- Click Next.
- Select the version to which to roll back under Web Server Plug-ins for IBM WebSphere Application Server.
- Click Next.
- Review the summary information, and click Roll Back.
- If the rollback is successful, the program displays a message indicating that the rollback is successful.
- If the rollback is not successful, click View Log File to troubleshoot the problem.
- Click Finish.
- Click File > Exit to close Installation Manager.
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