Silent Uninstall of the CA Business Intelligence Reports and Dashboards

You can specify uninstall responses in a configuration file to automate the uninstall of reports and dashboards. This silent uninstall removes all content and files related to cabi reports and dashboards.
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You can specify uninstall responses in a configuration file to automate the uninstall of reports and dashboards. This silent uninstall removes all content and files related to 
CA Business Intelligence
reports and dashboards.
Follow these steps:
  1. Add the uninstall responses to a configuration file with the following structure:
    CABIPath="
    CABI_path
    "
    host=
    PC_host
    port=
    PC_port
    schema=
    Schema
    CABIuser=
    CABI_user
    CABIpwd=
    CABI_password
    • CABI_path
      Specify a path to the 
      CA Business Intelligence
      JasperReports Server. If you specify a path with spaces in it, enclose the path in quotation marks.
      Default: 
      /opt/CA/SharedComponents/CA Business Intelligence
    • PC_host
      Specify the local host name where 
      CA Business Intelligence
      was installed.
      Default:
      localhost
    • PC_port
      Specify the local tomcat port.
      Default: 8080
    • Schema
      Specify HTTP or HTTPS. 
      Default: http
    • CABI_user
      Specify the user with administrative privilege.
      Default:
      superuser
    • CABI_password
      Specify the password for the user with administrative privilege.
      Default: 
      superuser
  2. Run
    install.bat
    on Windows or
    install.sh
    on Linux with the
    –silent
     and
    -uninstall
    parameter and a path to the silent uninstall file. If the path or file name contains spaces, enclose the complete path in quotes. 
    Examples:
    Windows:
    install.bat –silent "D:\
    silent_uninstall_path
    \
    silent_uninstall_file
    .txt" -uninstall
    install.bat –silent
    silent_uninstall_file
    .txt -uninstall
    Linux:
    ./install.sh –silent "/
    silent_uninstall_path
    /
    silent_uninstall_file
    .txt" -uninstall
    ./install.sh –silent
    silent_uninstall_file
    .txt - uninstall
Troubleshooting
If the silent uninstall fails, review the install.log file that is located in the same directory as the installation script.