Connect using Telnet to the SAP system e.g. telnet localhost 5XX08, where XX is the SAP instance number. In the example below the instance number is 00, so the telnet port is 50008. We are using putty as a telnet client, however any telnet client can be used.
Login as a user who has undeploy permission e.g. Administrator
Undeploy the SAP PowerConnect Java UIcomponent using the following command.
undeploy vendor=com.powerconnect5 name=spcj_wd
Check the logs to ensure it undeployed correctly.
Undeploy the app component using the following command.
undeploy vendor=com.powerconnect5 name=spcj_app
If you are completely removing the application you should also undeploy the spcj_db app using the following command. This will remove all of the database tables and their contents that are used by PowerConnect Java agent.
If you are undeploying, and redeploying to refresh the application or upgrade it, you can skip this step and leave the database intact to avoid setting up and configuring the application from the beginning. Skipping this step will leave the database tables and contents in place, including the configuration.
Undeploy the database tables and contents using the following command.
undeploy vendor=com.powerconnect5 name=spcj_db