Deconfiguring Java

To deconfigure Java, follow the instructions in this section.

  1. Remove the line of text that was added to the file dtjenv (see dtjenv file.)
  2. Remove the CTIService statements from the file default.cff (see default.cff file.)
  3. Edit the dtjenv file so that ibmcticisco.jar is referenced at the end of the Java CLASSPATH. To do this, find the line that begins with the text:
    export CLASSPATH=
    and add
    to the end of the line. This step is necessary because the Java configuration database file ( will have had new classes from ibmcticisco.jar added as a result of configuring the CTIService for CiscoICM. These remain in until the next time the configuration database file is rebuilt.