This section demonstrates the format and use of the agentadmin command with the --uninstall option.
The following example illustrates the format of the agentadmin command with the --uninstall option:
./agentadmin --uninstall [--useResponse] [--saveResponse] filename
The following arguments are supported with the agentadmin command when using the --uninstall option:
Use this argument to save all supplied responses to a state file, or response file, represented as filename in command examples. The response file, or state file, can then be used for silent uninstallations.
Use this argument to uninstall a J2EE agent in silent mode as all uninstaller prompts are answered with responses previously saved to a response file, represented as filename in command examples. When this argument is used, the uninstaller runs in non-interactive mode. At which time, user interaction is not required.
Use this argument to specify the name of a file that will be created as part of the processing of this command. This file stores your responses when this argument is used in conjunction with the --saveResponse argument and provides your responses when this argument is used in conjunction with the --useResponse argument.
When you issue the agentadmin command, you can choose the --uninstall option. With the --uninstall option, you can choose the --saveResponse argument, which requires a file name be provided. The following example illustrates this command where the file name is myfile:
./agentadmin --uninstall --saveResponse myfile
Once the uninstaller has executed the preceding command successfully, the responses are stored in a state file that can be used for later runs of the uninstaller.
If desired, you can modify the state file and configure the second uninstallation with a different set of configuration parameters.
Then you can issue another command that uses the ./agentadmin --uninstall command and the name of the file that you just created with the --saveResponse argument. The difference between the previous command and this command is that this command uses the --useResponse argument instead of the --saveResponse argument. The following example illustrates this command:
./agentadmin --uninstall --useResponse myfile
With this command, the uninstallation prompts run the uninstaller in silent mode, registering all debug messages in the install logs directory.