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4 Deinstallation of Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons

This chapter explains how to deinstall Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons:

Pre-Deinstallation Tasks

Perform the following steps before deinstalling Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons:

  1. Set the ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID environment variables accordingly.

  2. Perform the backup, if required.

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management Adapter Deinstallation Tasks

Perform the following steps for the BRM Adapter deinstallation:

  1. Sign in as DBA.

  2. Find out the active BRM Adapter user session and end the session. To find the active session, perform the following steps:

    • To find the brm_stg active session:

      select SID,SERIAL# from v$session where USERNAME='BRM_STG' ;
      alter system kill session 'SID,serial' ;
      
    • To find the brm_odim active session:

      select SID,SERIAL# from v$session where USERNAME='BRM_ODIM' ;
      alter system kill session 'SID,serial' ;
      
    • To find the brm_odiw active session:

      select SID,SERIAL# from v$session where USERNAME='BRM_ODIW' ;
      alter system kill session 'SID,serial' ;
      

    Note:

    Ensure that none of the users mentioned above have an active session.
  3. Exit from SQL*Plus.

  4. Execute the Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons deinstallation script with the BRM parameter:

    $ORACLE_HOME/ocdm/ocdm_addon_deinstall.sh brm
    
  5. When prompted for a password, enter the SYSTEM password. The script executes the Oracle Universal Installer in silent mode.

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control Adapter Deinstallation Tasks

Perform the following steps for the NCC Adapter deinstallation:

  1. Sign in as DBA.

  2. Find out the active NCC Adapter user session and end the session. To find the active session, perform the following steps:

    • To find the ncc_stg active session:

      select SID,SERIAL# from v$session where USERNAME='NCC_STG' ;
      alter system kill session 'SID,serial' ;
      
    • To find the ncc_odim active session:

      select SID,SERIAL# from v$session where USERNAME='NCC_ODIM' ;
      alter system kill session 'SID,serial' ;
      
    • To find the ncc_odiw active session:

      select SID,SERIAL# from v$session where USERNAME='NCC_ODIW' ;
      alter system kill session 'SID,serial' ;
      

    Note:

    Ensure that none of the users mentioned above have an active session.
  3. Exit from SQL*Plus.

  4. Execute the Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons deinstallation script with the NCC parameter:

    $ORACLE_HOME/ocdm/ocdm_addon_deinstall.sh ncc
    
  5. When prompted for a password, enter the SYSTEM password. The script executes the Oracle Universal Installer in silent mode.

Oracle Communications Billing Analytics Deinstallation Tasks

Perform the following steps for the Billing Analytics deinstallation:

  1. Log in to OBIEE as an Admin user.

  2. Open the current OCDM core repository.

    Figure 4-1 OCDM Core Repository for Billing Analytics

    Description of Figure 4-1 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-1 OCDM Core Repository for Billing Analytics"

  3. Delete Billing Analytics from Presentation, Business Model and Mapping, and Physical sections. Save the changes.

    Figure 4-2 OCDM Billing Analytics

    Description of Figure 4-2 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-2 OCDM Billing Analytics "

  4. Deploy the latest repository using Oracle Enterprise Manager. Restart OBIEE.

  5. Login to OBIEE as an Admin user.

  6. Navigate to the Catalog tab.

    Figure 4-3 OCDM Catalog Tab for Billing Analytics

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    Description of "Figure 4-3 OCDM Catalog Tab for Billing Analytics"

  7. Remove Billing Analytics from the Shared Folder tab.

    Figure 4-4 OCDM Shared Folders Tab for Billing Analytics

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    Description of "Figure 4-4 OCDM Shared Folders Tab for Billing Analytics"

  8. Click OK in the Confirm Delete dialog box.

    Figure 4-5 Confirm Delete Dialog Box for Billing Analytics

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    Description of "Figure 4-5 Confirm Delete Dialog Box for Billing Analytics"

  9. Execute the Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons deinstallation script with the ba parameter:

    $ORACLE_HOME/ocdm/ocdm_addon_deinstall.sh ba
    
  10. When prompted, enter the SYSTEM password. The script executes the Oracle Universal Installer in silent mode.

Oracle Communications Social Network Analytics Deinstallation Tasks

Perform the following steps for the Social Network Analytics deinstallation:

  1. Log in to OBIEE as an Admin user.

  2. Open the current OCDM core repository.

  3. Delete ocdm_sna from the Presentation, Business Model and Mapping, and Physical sections. Save the changes.

    Figure 4-6 OCDM Sections for Social Network Analytics

    Description of Figure 4-6 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-6 OCDM Sections for Social Network Analytics"

  4. Deploy the latest repository using Oracle Enterprise Manager. Restart OBIEE.

  5. Login to OBIEE as an Admin user.

  6. Navigate to the Catalog tab.

    Figure 4-7 OCDM Catalog Tab for Social Network Analytics

    Description of Figure 4-7 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-7 OCDM Catalog Tab for Social Network Analytics"

  7. Remove Social Network Analytics from the Shared Folder tab.

    Figure 4-8 OCDM Shared Folders Tab for Social Network Analytics

    Description of Figure 4-8 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-8 OCDM Shared Folders Tab for Social Network Analytics"

  8. Click OK in the Confirm Delete dialog box.

    Figure 4-9 Confirm Delete Dialog Box for Social Network Analytics

    Description of Figure 4-9 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-9 Confirm Delete Dialog Box for Social Network Analytics"

  9. Execute the Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons deinstallation script with the SNA parameter:

    $ORACLE_HOME/ocdm/ocdm_addon_deinstall.sh sna
    
  10. When prompted, enter the SYSTEM password. The script executes the Oracle Universal Installer in silent mode.

Oracle Communications Policy and Charging Analytics Deinstallation Tasks

Perform the following steps to deinstall Oracle Communications Policy and Charging Analytics:

  1. Performing Policy Analytics BI Deinstallation

  2. Performing Policy Management Adapter Deinstallation

  3. Running the Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons Deinstallation Script

Performing Policy Analytics BI Deinstallation

Deinstallation is not required when only policy BI is installed; you can go ahead deploy another repository and webcat. You need to perform the following steps in order to deinstall policy BI when it is merged with an existing repository and webcat. In this case, Oracle Communications Data Model core and Oracle Communications Policy and Charging Analytics use a merged repository.

  1. Open the merged repository (OCDM core and OCDM POLICY), as shown in Figure 4-10.

    Figure 4-10 Oracle BI Administration Tool Merged Repository with OCDM Core and OCDM POLICY

    Description of Figure 4-10 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-10 Oracle BI Administration Tool Merged Repository with OCDM Core and OCDM POLICY"

  2. Delete OCDM_POLICY from Presentation, Business Model and Mapping and Physical layer and then SAVE the changes, as shown in Figure 4-11.

    Figure 4-11 Oracle BI Administration Tool OCDM_POLICY Removed

    Description of Figure 4-11 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-11 Oracle BI Administration Tool OCDM_POLICY Removed"

  3. Deploy changed repository using Oracle Enterprise Manager and then restart OBIEE.

  4. Login into OBIEE using Administrator user (weblogic).

  5. Navigate to Catalog and select Shared Folder, as shown in Figure 4-12.

    Figure 4-12 Oracle BI Administration Tool Catalog Shared Folder

    Description of Figure 4-12 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-12 Oracle BI Administration Tool Catalog Shared Folder"

  6. Select Delete to delete Policy Analytics from Shared Folder, as shown in Figure 4-13.

    Figure 4-13 Oracle BI Administration Tool Catalog Delete Policy Analytics

    Description of Figure 4-13 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-13 Oracle BI Administration Tool Catalog Delete Policy Analytics"

  7. Click OK to confirm the delete of Policy Analytics, as shown in Figure 4-14.

    Figure 4-14 Oracle BI Administration Tool Catalog Confirm Delete for Policy Analytics

    Description of Figure 4-14 follows
    Description of "Figure 4-14 Oracle BI Administration Tool Catalog Confirm Delete for Policy Analytics"

  8. This removes Policy Analytics from the Shared Folder.

Performing Policy Management Adapter Deinstallation

To deinstall Policy Management Adapter follow these steps:

  1. Logon to Policy Management Adapter installation.

  2. Change directory to the Policy Management Adapter bin directory:

    # cd <install_path>/PolicyAdapter/bin
    
  3. Stop the Policy Management Adapter with the following command:

    # ./stop
    
  4. Go to the directory where Policy Management Adapter is installed and remove the PolicyAdapter directory.

    # cd <install_path>/
    # rm -rf PolicyAdapter
    

Running the Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons Deinstallation Script

Perform the following steps for Policy and Charging Analytics deinstallation:

  1. Make sure none of the Policy and Charging Analytics jobs are running:

    SELECT * from DWC_PLCY_TASK where task_status = 'RUNNING';
    

    If jobs are running, wait until all jobs complete and then go ahead with the deisntall.

  2. Login to the Oracle Communications Data Model installation system.

  3. Execute the Oracle Communications Data Model Add-ons deinstallation script with the pca parameter:

    $ORACLE_HOME/ocdm/ocdm_addon_deinstall.sh pca
    
  4. When prompted for a password, enter the SYSTEM password and the OCDM_SYS password. The script executes the Oracle Universal Installer in silent mode.