Uninstalling OnCommand Workflow Automation

You can uninstall OnCommand Workflow Automation (WFA) from your Red Hat Enterprise Linux machine using a single command.

Before you begin

You must have root user access to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux machine from which want to uninstall WFA.

Steps

  1. Log in as root user to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux machine from which you want to uninstall WFA.
  2. At the shell prompt, enter the following command: rpm -e wfa
    If the default installation location was changed, the MySQL data directory is not deleted when you uninstall WFA. You must manually delete the directory.