UNinstalling USS shows "WINDOWS ERROR 2 OCCURRED WHILE LOADING THE JAVA VM"

Document ID:  TEC1661061
Last Modified Date:  08/03/2017
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Products

  • CA Service Catalog

Releases

  • CA Service Catalog:Release:17.0

Components

  • CA SERVICE CATALOG:USVCT
Issue:

As followed the steps as mentioned in the documentation notes: 

Navigate to Start, All Programs, CA, Unified Self-Service,

> Change Unified Self-Service Installation and select Uninstall Product.

The program ends in an error: "WINDOWS ERROR 2 OCCURRED WHILE LOADING THE JAVA VM"

And the uninstaller does not even start.

The Java Version I am using is : jre1.8.0_131

 

Environment:
Windows running SM 17.0 Unified Self Service (USS).
Cause:

It appears that the java version should be a 'java 1.7' version (not 1.8).

As according to:

https://docops.ca.com/ca-service-management/14-1/en/implementing/implementing-ca-service-management-14-1/uninstall-ca-service-management-14-1/uninstall-unified-self-service

Uninstall Unified Self-Service, if you no longer need it. 

Before uninstalling, ensure that you install JRE 1.7.51 'or later' and set JAVA_HOME to the JRE 1.7 path. 

You need to ignore the 'or later' part of this.

 

AND also seen in/taken from:

https://support.ca.com/us/knowledge-base-articles.TEC1613741.html 

Note: <Drive>:\Program Files\CA\Unified Self-Service_installation\jre7\bin\java.exe should be Java 1.7 version, the one that CA SM 14.1 installer installs.

 

Workaround:

The following is a workaround. To get the UNinstall working and running.

 

After using Java 1.7 version the uninstaller runs. The steps to accomplish this:

1. Download JAVA 1.7 

2. Create environmental variable: JAVA_HOME, pointing to the java 1.7 install-folder.

3. Add %JAVA_HOME%\bin; to environmental variable PATH.

4. Run UNinstaller compatibility mode on.

5. Delete Folder 'Unified Self Service'.

6. Delete environmental variable JAVA_HOME.

7. Remove %JAVA_HOME%\bin; from environmental variable PATH.

8. Delete USS_mdb database manually.

 

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