Uninstall the Tiny Editors Integration on Linux or Unix
Running the uninstaller script will automate the removal of the Tiny Editors Integration on Linux or Unix.
Before you begin:
- Determine the host_name of the server hosting HCL Connections™.
Get user access as the HCL Connections installer or higher administrative permissions, on both:
- The host server.
- The WebSphere Application Server Console.
Determine the Connections paths (customization_path and provision_path).
Log in to the web interface of the WebSphere Application Server Console.
The default address is: https://host_name:9043/ibm/console
Expand Environment and click the WebSphere variables link.
Find the CONNECTIONS_CUSTOMIZATION_PATH in the variables list and record the value which will be referred to as customization_path from this point.
Find the CONNECTIONS_PROVISION_PATH in the variables list and record the value which will be referred to as provision_path from this point.
Attention: We strongly recommend:
Setting up SSH key access to the Connections host server.
Using a local SSH agent to avoid password prompts when logging in via SSH. The following script makes numerous connections, and connection prompts for a password if SSH keys are not used.
Run the uninstall script located in the root directory of the Tiny Editors for HCL Connections package as follows:
./uninstall.sh user@host\_name customization\_path provision\_path/webresources
Note: This command will automatically backup any existing configuration it finds in
If you do not wish for a backup to be created run the uninstall script with the optional
./uninstall.sh --no-backup user@host\_name customization\_path provision\_path/webresources
Follow the post-customization steps to ensure the server cache is updated.
Verify the uninstall by browsing to the edit screen for a wiki or blog to verify that the Tiny editors are not being loaded and that it has reverted to the default editor.
Note: If after performing this step Tiny Editors for HCL Connections is still available then restarting the Common enterprise application may be necessary to force a cache update.
Parent topic:Uninstalling Tiny Editors Integration