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Uninstall a Duet Enterprise solution

Duet 1.0

Published: December 16, 2010

If you verify that a Duet Enterprise for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP solution is no longer needed in your deployment, such as when it will be replaced by a newer version, you should uninstall the solution. This article describes how to uninstall a Duet Enterprise solution.

Uninstall a Duet Enterprise solution

The preferred method of uninstalling a Duet Enterprise solution is to use DuetConfig, as shown in the following procedure.

note Note:

You must be a member of the Farm Administrators group to complete these procedures.

To uninstall a Duet Enterprise solution by using DuetConfig

  1. Logon to any Web front-end server or application server in the SharePoint Server farm.

  2. Open a Command Prompt window as a farm administrator and at the prompt navigate to the “<SystemDrive>:\Program Files\Duet Enterprise \1.0” folder.

  3. At the prompt type DuetConfig /RemoveSolution <SolutionName> /WebAppUrl <URL> and press Enter.

    Where:

    • <SolutionName> is the name of the Duet Enterprise solution to be removed

    • <URL> is the URL of the Web application where the solution is deployed

If you uninstall a Duet Enterprise solution and then attempt to reinstall the solution, you may receive an error if the solution was not completely uninstalled. The error message will resemble:

A feature with ID <ID number>has already been installed in this farm. Use the force attribute to explicitly re-install the feature.

If you receive this error, uninstall the earlier version of the solution by using the Stsadm -o uninstallfeature command, as shown in the following procedure, before you try to install the solution.

To uninstall a Duet Enterprise solution by using stsadm

  1. Log on to any Web front-end server or application server in the SharePoint Server farm.

  2. Open a Command Prompt window as a farm administrator.

  3. At the prompt, type stsadm.exe -o uninstallfeature -filename <FileName> -name <FolderName> -id <FeatureID> -force and then press Enter.

    Where:

    • <FileName> is the full path and file name of the solution

    • <FolderName> is the name of the solution folder

    • <FeatureID> is the ID of the solution

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