1.2.3. Removing PDF Converter completely from your system

In order to remove SWING PDF Converter completely from your system follow these steps.

Toolbar icon users

1. Remove the PDF toolbar icon from Notes by clicking Remove in the Toolbar Icon Installation menu of your PDFConverter.nsf database (you will need to restart Notes once): 



2. Delete the SwPDFC folder from your system (including all sub-folders).
  • For Lotus Notes, the SwPDFC folder is located in <LOTUS NOTES INSTALLATION FOLDER>\Data\SwPDFC. The Lotus Notes installation folder is typically located in "C:\Program Files\IBM\Lotus\Notes" or "C:\Lotus\Notes"
  • For Domino server, the SwPDFC folder is located in <LOTUS DOMINO INSTALLATION FOLDER>\Data\SwPDFC.

3. Delete the swllrend.dll file located in your Lotus Notes or Domino installation folder (typically C:\Program Files\IBM\Lotus\Notes or C:\Lotus\Notes).

4. Open your notes.ini file (using any text editor), delete the lines listed below, and then save and close the file.

IMPORTANT:
  • It is recommended to first create a backup of the notes.ini file before making changes.
  • Your notes.ini file might not contain all all of the entries listed below.
  • The notes.ini file is located in <LOTUS NOTES INSTALLATION FOLDER>\notes.ini (for Lotus Notes) or <LOTUS DOMINO INSTALLATION FOLDER>\notes.ini (for Domino server).

Here is a list of entries to delete from the notes.ini file:

a) All entries starting with SWJ or SWJOO:

SWJ0
SWJ1
SWJ2
...

SWJOO0
SWJOO1
SWJOO2
...

b) Entries starting with $Sw:
  • $SwPDFJavaDir
  • $SwPDFJarVer
  • $SwPDFDoc
  • $swFileDlgDirectory
  • $swPDFAutoFileOpen
  • $SwPDFcLVSO
  • $SwPDFProgressCount
  • $swPDFAutoFolderOpen
  • $SwPDFFileDlg
  • $SwPDFCreatorServer
  • $SwPDFCreatorDB
  • $SwPDFDllVer
  • $SwPDFDb
  • $SwPDFServer
  • $SwPDFForm
  • $SwPDFViewTitle
  • $SwPDFContext

After you have completed the above steps PDF Converter will be completely removed from you system.

API users

1. Remove all the design elements that are labeled with the "SWING PDF Converter - HIDDEN", "SWING PDF Converter", or "SWING Software" comments from your database:

Here is an example list of the design elements which need to be removed (these may vary with different versions of SWING PDF Converter):

Forms:
SwExternalResources
SwParams

Agents:
(SwPDFCreate)
(SwPDFDispose)
(SwPDFInit)
(SwInitJVM)

Script Libraries:
SwPDFMain

2. Delete the SwPDFC folder from your system (including all sub-folders). 
  • For Lotus Notes, the SwPDFC folder is located in <LOTUS NOTES INSTALLATION FOLDER>\Data\SwPDFC. The Lotus Notes installation folder is typically located in "C:\Program Files\IBM\Lotus\Notes" or "C:\Lotus\Notes"
  • For Domino server, the SwPDFC folder is located in <LOTUS DOMINO INSTALLATION FOLDER>\Data\SwPDFC.

3. Delete the swllrend.dll file located in your Lotus Notes or Domino installation folder (typically C:\Program Files\IBM\Lotus\Notes or C:\Lotus\Notes).

4. Open your notes.ini file (using any text editor), delete the lines listed below, and then save and close the file. 

IMPORTANT:
  • It is recommended to first create a backup of the notes.ini file before making changes.
  • Your notes.ini file might not contain all all of the entries listed below.
  • The notes.ini file is located in <LOTUS NOTES INSTALLATION FOLDER>\notes.ini (for Lotus Notes) or <LOTUS DOMINO INSTALLATION FOLDER>\notes.ini (for Domino server).

Here is a list of entries to delete from the notes.ini file:

a) All entries starting with SWJ or SWJOO:

SWJ0
SWJ1
SWJ2
...

SWJOO0
SWJOO1
SWJOO2
...

b) Entries starting with $Sw:
  • $SwPDFJavaDir
  • $SwPDFJarVer
  • $SwPDFDoc
  • $swFileDlgDirectory
  • $swPDFAutoFileOpen
  • $SwPDFcLVSO
  • $SwPDFProgressCount
  • $swPDFAutoFolderOpen
  • $SwPDFFileDlg
  • $SwPDFCreatorServer
  • $SwPDFCreatorDB
  • $SwPDFDllVer
  • $SwPDFDb
  • $SwPDFServer
  • $SwPDFForm
  • $SwPDFViewTitle
  • $SwPDFContext

c) Java heap size entries:
  • JavaMaxHeapSize
  • JavaMinHeapSize

After you have completed the above steps PDF Converter will be completely removed from you system. 

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