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Old 31st March 2005, 13:58
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Baan: 4c - DB: Oracle - OS: Solaris
Uninstalling a patch using PMC

Baan version 4c4.

I installed a patch yesterday using PMC.
The patch has 40 dependencies.
To get the patch in I had to scan in all weekly dumps (drom week40 last year to week 11 this year) When the patch was installed, the 40 dependant patches were also pulled in.

Unfortunately, the patch is causing problems & I now need to remove it.
I'm new to PMC & assumed that uninstalling the original patch would also uninstall the 40 dependencys. This however, is not the case. When I select to 'check solution to uninstall' only the original patch is set to 'To Uninstall'.

I tried 'check solution to uninstall' on some of the 40 dependant patches & each one sets a different list of patches to 'to uninstall'.

Is there any way I can cleanly uninstall the original patch & its 40 dependencies.

Thanks - Mick.
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