removes a previously committed flow definition from Process Manager.
Synopsisjremove [-u user_name] -f flow_name [flow_name ...] jremove [-h]|[-V]
You use the jremove command to remove a committed flow definition from Process Manager. Issuing this command has no impact on any flows associated with the definition, but no further flows can be submitted from it. Use this command when you no longer require this definition, or when you want to replace a definition that was created by a user ID that no longer exists. If you want to temporarily interrupt the automatic submission of a flow, use the jhold command.
- -u user_name
Specifies the name of the user who owns the flow. Use this option if you have administrator authority and you are removing the flow on behalf of another user. If you do not specify a user name, user name defaults to the user who invoked this command.
Forces the removal of a flow definition that other flows have dependencies upon.
Specifies the name of the flow definition. To specify a list of flow definitions, separate the flow definition names with a space.
Prints the command usage to stderr and exits.
Prints the Process Manager release version to stderr and exits.
Removes the definition myflow from Process Manager. In this example, myflow is owned by the current user.
jremove -u "user01" payupdt
Removes the definition payupdt from Process Manager. In this example, payupdt is owned by user01.