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Regarding uninstalling sun one application server

 
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Dear friends

Due to some problem in my system i want to un install my sun one application server from my system...

When i try to un install the screen after pressing uninstall button is not working.progress bar is showing 0% and it is not moving .

Anybody please help me reagarding this


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You can just delete the Sun Java Systems App Server folder.
 
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Actually i install sun application server...so i must un install that right owtherwise it will leave some files in memory ....

i read some where what we must uninstall instead of deleting the corresponsing folder...

Am i correct
 
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Yes, assuming that there's a lot of stuff stored into different locations, e.g. dll, entries in the Windows registry, etc, then using uninstaller is definitely recommended. But as far as I know, it's quite safe to delete the folder for Sun Java System App Server. I've tried it couple times and I'm still able to install it without any problem. But of course, it's still recommended to use the uninstaller. By the way, I'm talking about Windows environment here.
 
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yes i am also using windows...


becase of lack of memory i am uninstalling...if after deleting some files still in memory means ..my purpose wont solve right?
 
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Why don't just restart your PC to wipe out all the stuff in memory and then come back to do the uninstallation?
 
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yes i tried that also..no way.....
 
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