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Steps to uninstall AS-JAVA Instance

I have installed a machine with AS-ABAP and AS-JAVA instance.

Since my Java is not running and my files are corrupted, i am planning to uninstall AS-JAVA and reinstall.

Please let me know the steps of how to uninstall AS-JAVA instance.

What is the option i have to select in SAPINST

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 04:12 AM

    Balaji,

    Goto <Drive>:\usr\sap\<SID>\<Java instance> Click on Unistall.exe and then choose Custom. It will ask you to select the instances. Select your Java instance and uninstall.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:32 AM

    Hi Balaji,

    1. Log on as user with Admin Rights. Do not use SIDadm

    2. Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs

    3. Find SAP entries.

    Then delete database instance. to do this

    1.open command prompt and go to <DRIVE>:\oracle_home\bin

    2. enter "oradim -delete -sid <DBSID>"

    3. Delete Oracle\<DBSID> directories on all drives.

    4. Delete init<DBSID>.dba, init<DBSID>.ora, init<DBSID>.sap

    from

    <DRIVE>:\oracle_home\database directory

    5.Delete listener.ora, tnsames.ora, sqlnet.ora from

    <DRIVE>:\Oracle_home\network\admin directory

    You may install another system after you have done these steps

    Please reward points if helpful

    Regards,

    Jeff

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