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CMS-XML How to uninstall and reinstallation SBM 2009 R4.x or newer
How to uninstall and reinstallation SBM 2009 R4.x or newer
CMS-XML What should I backup in an SBM installation before uninstalling and reinstalling?
Uninstalling the product does not touch the database, but the following should be backed up prior to the uninstall. This will ensure you have the information saved for reference after the re-install , if needed:
CMS-XML SBM Client Installer Registries Left Behind
The uninstaller does not remove this information from the registry since it contains custom option settings in case the product is reinstalled .
CMS-XML RLC screens missing from SBM Configurator
To workaround, you must uninstall and reinstall .
CMS-XML SBM 2009 R3.1 does not install newest sourcebridge executables
After applying the 2009 R3.01 patch and re-installing SourceBridge, you may find that it is not SSO-capable. If this is the case, then the workaround to use is as follows :
CMS-XML 64 bit SBM Jboss 405 bat files are incorrect
On a 64 bit system you can't uninstall and reinstall the service using the batch files
CMS-XML Configuring SBM Orchestration Engine Timeouts
Also, by default there was no configured service timeout for external web service calls made from an orchestration. You could adjust the jbpm.bpel.response.timeout in the jbpm.cfg.xml file to set a web service timeout; however, any changes were not saved after upgrading or re-installing SBM .
CMS-XML SSO Component is required for SBM 10.1 onwards
Uninstall one system and re-install , adding the SSO Component to the server. Next, update the other systems using Configurator to indicate which server is running the SSO Component.
CMS-XML Remove SBM from IIS -After upgrading Windows/IIS or installing patches, it is possible for corruption to occur in the applicationhost.config file. This corruption can cause 500 errors or connection reset errors when accessing a particular IIS virtual application.
When this corruption happens, it can be fixed by removing IIS components from the APPLICATIONHOST.CONFIG or by removing the file completely and rebuilding it. You can remove the APPLICATIONHOST.CONFIG by uninstalling all components that relying on it and reinstalling them. However, before resorting to uninstalling and reinstalling IIS, try simply to uninstall the SBM Components from IIS manually and then use the SBM Configurator to reinstall the components.
CMS-XML SBM R2 upgrade fails
Re-create the original Installation directory. Re-install the R2 upgrade as if it were a new installation Replace any saved templates, ensuring that any changes new to R2 are merged in with old changes
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