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Uninstall Calendar Publishing


Is there a way to uninstall Calendar Publishing?

We don't use it, and it creates many errors in the tomcat log files.



System is 2014.2.2 (Cal pub 2014.2.0) on Windows 2008R2





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Jens Jakob, Dansk Centralbibliotek
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Re: Uninstall Calendar Publishing

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Re: Uninstall Calendar Publishing

In article <5919CA49.9EA0.0014.3@dcbib.dk>, Jens Jakob Sørensen wrote:
> Is there a way to uninstall Calendar Publishing?

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> System is 2014.2.2 (Cal pub 2014.2.0) on Windows 2008R2

Does it not show as a separate item in Installed Programs as seen via
Control Panel? In Linux it looks like an easy separate rpm un-install.


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Svar: Re: Uninstall Calendar Publishing


No, I got WebAccess listed, though not the current version!

So I guess the installations are hidden under "GroupWise Server".



I have bought an expert from Micro Focus to come and fix our Filr installation. I'll ask him at take a look at this issue too.



/Jens Jakob




>>> Andy Konecny<konecnya@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> 25-05-2017 05:13 >>>



In article <5919CA49.9EA0.0014.3@dcbib.dk>, Jens Jakob SÃ̧rensen wrote:


> Is there a way to uninstall Calendar Publishing?


..


> System is 2014.2.2 (Cal pub 2014.2.0) on Windows 2008R2


Does it not show as a separate item in Installed Programs as seen via

Control Panel? In Linux it looks like an easy separate rpm un-install.







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