Removing a previous version of Site Builder

To remove the Site Builder application from the Portal server, run ConfigEngine batch or script files to uninstall the application, then remove its .paa folder and web content library.

Procedure

  1. Open a command line and browse to the ConfigEngine directory.
    Windows™
    C:\IBM/WebSphere\wp_profile\ConfigEngine
    AIX®
    /usr/IBM/WebSphere/wp_profile/ConfigEngine
    HP-UX
    /opt/IBM/WebSphere/wp_profile/ConfigEngine
    Linux™
    /opt/IBM/WebSphere/wp_profile/ConfigEngine
  2. Run the ConfigEngine batch or script file with the remove-paa parameter to remove the Site Builder assembly. For example:
    Windows
    ConfigEngine.bat remove-paa -DappName=wp.ctc.nswiz
    AIX HP-UX Linux
    ./ConfigEngine.sh remove-paa -DappName=wp.ctc.nswiz
  3. Repeat the command for each virtual portal where Site Builder is installed. For example:
    Windows
    ConfigEngine.bat remove-paa -DappName=wp.ctc.nswiz -DVirtualPortalHostName=myhost.example.com -DVirtualPortalContext=myVirtualPortal
    AIX HP-UX Linux
    ./ConfigEngine.sh remove-paa -DappName=wp.ctc.nswiz -DVirtualPortalHostName=myhost.example.com -DVirtualPortalContext=myVirtualPortal
  4. Type and run the following command to uninstall Site Builder:
    Windows
    ConfigEngine.bat uninstall-paa -DappName=wp.ctc.nswiz
    or
    ConfigEngine.bat uninstall-paa -DappName=wp.ctc.nswiz -DforceUninstall=true
    AIX HP-UX Linux
    ./ConfigEngine.sh uninstall-paa -DappName=wp.ctc.nswiz
    or
    ./ConfigEngine.sh uninstall-paa -DappName=wp.ctc.nswiz -DforceUninstall=true
  5. Delete the wp.ctc.nswiz directory from the file system. It is located under the wp_profile_root/paa directory. You must have administrator access to delete files.
  6. If you want to keep your current Site Builder templates, then you can skip this step. If you want to start with a new version of Site Builder, then delete the Site Builder Template Library.
    1. Logged in as the portal administrator, click Administration > Portal Content > Web Content Libraries.
    2. Browse to the Site Builder Template Library and click the Delete library icon.
    3. Click OK.
  7. Delete the Site Builder Personalization Mail Rules.
    1. Log in to HCL Portal as an administrator.
    2. Click Applications > Personalization > Business Rules.
    3. Select All Rules.
    4. Select these E-Mail Action rules:
      • SiteBuilderSiteCreationCancelEmailRule
      • SiteBuilderSiteCreationFailurelEmailRule
      • SiteBuilderSiteCreationSuccessEmailRule
      • SiteBuilderSectionCreationCancelEmailRule
      • SiteBuilderSectionCreationFailureEmailRule
      • SiteBuilderSectionCreationSucessEmailRule
    5. Click Delete in the Personalization Toolbar.
    6. Click Delete on the Delete Documents page.