|Oracle® Application Integration Architecture Installation and Upgrade Guide for Pre-Built Integrations
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This chapter discusses how to uninstall the Process Integration Packs (PIP) and Direct Integrations (DI) included in pre-built integrations and Foundation Pack.
This chapter includes the following sections:
Before uninstalling, consider the impact on any customizations you have made.
The AIA Uninstaller removes the pre-built integrations and Foundation Pack installed on your system. To perform the uninstall of all applications in AIA_HOME using the undeployment plan:
Manually back up your customizations.
Undeploy all the PIPs and DIs that belong to the pre-built integrations by launching the respective undeployment plan for your PIP or DI.
Launch the pre-built integrations OUI wizard. This is located at: AIA_HOME/oui/bin. You must type ./runInstaller -deinstall.
On the Deinstall AIA Home screen, make sure the AIA_Home shown is correct and select DEINSTALL.
Exit the Uninstaller.
A PIP or DI can never be uninstalled individually. Individual PIPs or DIs can only be undeployed by running its respective undeployment plan.
For more information, see the undeployment section of your respective PIP or DI in Part II, "Configuring and Deploying Pre-Built Integrations" or Part III, "Configuring and Deploying AIA RV 3.1.1 PIPs and DIs" of this guide.
When you run the Uninstall, it removes all individual integrations and Foundation Pack installed in AIA_HOME.
Navigate to WebLogic console and click Deployments in the left navigation bar.
Select all AIA related deployments if they exist (ideally they get removed during uninstallation) and click Delete.
Repeat the above step for Datasources, JMS modules and JMS resources if they exist.
Navigate to Security Realms, select your realm (myrealm).
Click the Users and Groups tab and remove AIA users and AIA groups.
Shutdown the SOA managed server and then shutdown the Admin server.
Start the Admin server.
Open the console, and verify whether you have any changes to activate in the Activation center. If there are any, activate them. If they do not get activated undo all changes.
Open the folder Middleware/domains/<your_domain> and remove the file edit.lok.
Open the folder Middleware/domains/<your_domain>/pending, and remove all files.
Restart the SOA Server.
Attempt a fresh installation. Ensure that you have completed all preinstallation steps before attempting the installation
If you chose to uninstall the AIA Home directory and its installed processes, navigate to the AIA Home directory and delete any residual files. You may have added additional files to the home directory that the AIA Pre-Built Integrations Installer did not automatically remove.
Also identify associated Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control and SOA Composer services and confirm that these services are no longer shown in the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control and SOA Composer.
For more information about which services are associated with which delivered components, see the Oracle Application Integration Architecture - Foundation Pack: Core Infrastructure Components Guide.