Uninstalling: delete databases with the database wizardAdded by IBM | Edited by IBM on March 15, 2012 | Version 3 (Show original)
|Use the database wizard to delete databases.
Use the database wizard to delete databases.
About this task
To delete databases with the database wizard, complete the following steps:
- Log in as the database administrator, using the account that you created when you installed the database.
- From the IBM® Connections wizards directory, run the following script file to launch the wizard:
On the Welcome panel, click Launch Information Center to open the IBM Connections product documentation in a browser window. Click Next to continue.
Select the option to delete a database, and click Next.
Specify the relevant database information, and then click Next:
- Microsoft® Windows®:
Select the application databases that you want to delete and click Next.
- Select a database type.
- Select the location of the database.
Note: For an Oracle database on Windows 2008 64-bit, enter the value of the ORACLE_HOME registry key. For example, the key for Oracle 11g on Windows 2008 64-bit is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ORACLE\Key_OraDb11g_home1 and the value is C:\app\Administrator\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1.
- Specify a database instance.
Note: The database instance that you specify must already exist on your system.
Note: Application databases that are not installed are greyed out.
Review the Pre-Configuration Task Summary to ensure that the values you entered on previous panels are correct. If you want to make a change, click Back to edit the value. Click Delete to begin deleting databases.
Review the Post Configuration Task Summary panel and, if necessary, click View Log to open the log file. Click Finish to exit the wizard.
Parent topic: Uninstalling IBM Connections
Uninstalling a deployment or removing applications
Uninstalling in silent mode
Uninstalling databases in silent mode
Uninstalling: Manually drop databases