Like the Java ES installer, the uninstaller can be run in graphical, text-based, or silent mode.
The uninstaller only removes components that were installed by the Java ES installer. To remove components that were not installed by the Java ES installer, follow instructions in the component documentation.
The uninstaller must be run separately on each host that contains Java ES components. Remote uninstallation is not supported. For each host, you can select one or more components for removal.
The uninstaller does not remove Java ES shared components.
The uninstaller might remove configuration and user data files. The files vary for each component.
After the uninstallation process is completed, you might have to remove some additional files and directories. For product-by-product information, refer to Reviewing Uninstallation Behavior for Java ES Components.
The uninstaller checks component dependencies only for the system on which the uninstaller is running, issuing warnings when a dependency is discovered.
The uninstaller does not unconfigure installations on third-party web containers.
The uninstaller does not unconfigure Access Manager SDK installations on any web container. You must reconfigure the web container manually (for example, restore the original classpath).
Do not use the uninstaller to remove Sun Cluster software unless Sun Cluster software was installed but never used to configure a cluster node. For more information, see Uninstalling Sun Cluster Software