This section provides instructions for tasks that you might need to perform after uninstalling Java ES components from your system. The actual tasks required depend on which components you chose to uninstall.
If you uninstall Access Manager but not its web container (Application Server or Web Server), you need to apply configuration changes to the instance where Access Manager was deployed.
In some cases the uninstaller might not be able to remove some or all of the Access Manager files. In this case, do a final cleanup by removing these two directories and their contents:
or if Access Manager was not installed in the default location:
If you uninstall Access Manager but not the Application Server in which it is deployed, you must complete the following procedure.
If necessary, start the Application Server admin instance. For example, on a Solaris host:
cd /opt/SUNWappserver/appserver/bin./asadmin start-domain --user admin_user --passwordfile path_to_admin-password_file domainname
In a browser, go to the Application Server administration console. The default URL is https://hostname:4849 .
In the left pane, click the key to the left of Application Server Instances.
Select the server or the name of the application server instance on which Access Manager was deployed.
Click Apply Changes.
In some cases, the uninstaller might not be able to remove some or all of your installation files. To do a final cleanup, remove the Messaging Server base directory and its contents. The default base directory is at the following location:
You can also remove the configuration directory for Messaging Server at the following location:
After uninstalling Messaging Server, undo any sendmail configuration for Messaging Server.
In some cases, the uninstaller might not be able to remove some or all of your installation files. To do a final cleanup, remove the Service Registry base directory and its contents at the following location:
On Solaris OS: /opt/SUNWsoar
On Linux: /opt/sun/SUNWsoar
The directory that contains the Service Registry database is not removed when you uninstall the Registry:
On Solaris OS: /var/opt/SUNWsoar
On Linux: /var/opt/sun/SUNWsoar
You can remove it manually if you wish. However, to preserve the database for use in a future installation or release, copy the following directory to another location before you reinstall the Registry, then copy it back after you reinstall:
On Solaris OS: /var/opt/SUNWsoar/3.0
On Linux: /var/opt/sun/SUNWsoar/3.0
If you uninstall Access Manager but not the Web Server in which it is deployed, you must complete the following complete the following procedure.