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uninstall imported JAR from Talend Studio

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uninstall imported JAR from Talend Studio

I had installed an  external JAR in Talend studio manually , it turned out that it is not correct , how do I uninstall that JAR.

I do not have access to Talend Installation directory , can we uninstall the JAR from Talend Studio itself ?


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Re: uninstall imported JAR from Talend Studio

@karandama2006 ,One way is if you not installed jar properly,you can check the status of jar in Windows>>showview>>talend>>Modules and you directly specify the external location to install again.

 

you really no need to install.

and the second one you can check below path the installed jar files and you can remove form there,but you need to re-start a talend to do all these.

<talend studion installation dir>\configuration\lib\java

 

Manohar B
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Re: uninstall imported JAR from Talend Studio

@karandama2006 ,One way is if you not installed jar properly,you can check the status of jar in Windows>>showview>>talend>>Modules and you directly specify the external location to install again.

 

you really no need to install.

and the second one you can check below path the installed jar files and you can remove form there,but you need to re-start a talend to do all these.

<talend studion installation dir>\configuration\lib\java

 

Manohar B
Don't forget to give kudos/accept the solution when a replay is helpful.

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