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Updated tomcat as a service clarification


Mahari Hill (4861183230) | asked Apr 16 '13, 1:38 p.m.
retagged Apr 22 '13, 3:56 p.m. by Douglas Bush (28125)
Part II

We had 4.0 running in C:/JazzTeamServer4 and it was running as a service. I am now in charge of CLM and we upgraded to 4.0.2 in the directory C:/JazzTeamServer402

The instructions from here:

http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/clmhelp/v4r0/topic/com.ibm.jazz.install.doc/topics/t_run_rqm64_win_service.html?resultof=%22tomcat%22%20%22service%22%20%22servic%22%20

Are if you are doing a fresh install. How do I remove the old "service" so I can reboot and start the new tomcat from the new directory. I am done with Step1 on Procedure, but not doing step2 because I believe the old "service" will start the old tomcat.

Please assist.

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Benjamin Silverman (4.1k610) | answered Apr 16 '13, 1:45 p.m.
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edited Apr 16 '13, 1:46 p.m.
To remove the old service, you can just issue the "sc delete <service name>" command from command prompt.  For example, if you have a service called Apache Tomcat - CLM401:

sc delete CLM401 and you should see the following returned:

[SC] DeleteService SUCCESS
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Mahari Hill commented Apr 16 '13, 4:07 p.m.

That did it!!!


Douglas Bush commented Apr 22 '13, 3:56 p.m.
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Glad that works. FYI only (in case this helps other folks), the instructions to deleting the existing service are in step 2 of the procedure in this topic:
https://jazz.net/help-dev/clm/topic/com.ibm.jazz.install.doc/topics/t_run_rqm64_win_service.html
Note... the steps in "Before you begin" are numbered. Be sure to scroll down for the "Procedure" section.

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