In RSA Archer 5.5..
There was a package that I imported multiple times, now I am trying to figure out how to Un-map/remove the package and all of its mappings? I believe there was a way to do it...
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Unfortunately there is no way to undo the mapping Zack. Unless you have an older version of the package you can install and re-map; short of restoring a backup instance database which would cause bigger problems, there isn't much you can do.
David -- I though there was a way to undo (or unmap package). I think this post could be talking about it:
Advanced Package Mapping includes an Undo feature for rolling back the mapping of objects. This option is available from the Package Mapping Log. The Undo Mapping Changes feature only reverts the mapping of the object. It does not undo the package installation. To undo a package installation, restore the backup of the database.
Complete this task to undo changes made to system IDs during the Package Mapping process. The following objects are not affected:
- System mapped objects.
- Objects where no Target selections exist.
Before you begin
Undo package mapping
- On the Package Mapping Log page, click Undo Mapping Changes.
- Select the objects that you want to undo. To select all mappings, click Undo All Mappings.
- Click OK.
- In the warning dialog, click OK.
When the mapping is complete, the Import and Install Packages page is displayed. A new entry is displayed in the Package Mapping Log section with Undo in the Type column.
Or that is something different?
Correct, completely forgot about that
Being you have done the install/mapping multiple times I don't know what state the app is going to be in if you undo the mappings multiple times.
Thanks! i noticed that these instructions are for Archer 6. Are there instructions for Archer 5.5? I would really appreciate help here.
I tried to find it, but could not.