5Specify whether you want to delete all the files and directories in the EPM Oracle Home directory.If you select this option, data and customized files are deleted.84Removing an EPM Oracle Instance and Uninstalling EPM System
6Confirm the products to uninstall, and then click or select Next.EPM System Uninstaller displays progress incrementally as each assembly's uninstallationis complete.Note:To cancel the uninstallation, click or select Cancel. When you select Cancel, EPMSystem Uninstaller stops the uninstallation of the current assembly and rolls thatassembly back to an installed state. It does not undo uninstallations for assembliesthat were already uninstalled.EPM System Uninstaller indicates the success or failure of the uninstallation. If any part ofthe uninstallation failed, EPM System Uninstaller notes which assembly failed to uninstall.Check the log files for more information about the errors. You can find the log files inEPM_ORACLE_HOME/diagnostics/logs/install. There is a log file for each assembly,named product-install.log; for example, hss-install.log.7Click or select Finishto close EPM System Uninstaller.8On Windows, if you uninstalled Oracle HTTP Server, you must reboot to completely remove theinstallation. This step is required if you plan to reinstall.9Reboot after uninstalling EPM System products.When uninstalling a client, select Delete common componentsin the Setup Typewindow only ifyou are deleting all EPM System clients that are installed on a machine. If multiple EPM Systemclients are installed on the same machine and you are deleting only one client, deselect Deletecommon components.Performing a Silent Product UninstallationSilent uninstallations automate the process so that you can uninstall EPM System products onmultiple computers without manually specifying uninstallation settings on each machine.To uninstall EPM System products on multiple computers using the same uninstallation options,record a response file during installation. You can then run a silent uninstallation from thecommand line, using the options that were saved in the response file.äTo run a silent uninstallation:1Copy the response file that you created during installation to the machine on which you want to run theuninstallation. You can also copy the file to a network drive that is accessible from the machines onwhich you want to uninstall.For information about recording a response file during installation, see “Performing SilentInstallations” in the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System Installation andConfiguration Guide.2From the command line, enter a command:uninstall.cmd -silent filenameUninstalling EPM System Products85
for Windows oruninstall.sh -silent filenamefor UNIX.
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