On 07-Feb-2014 08:38 -0800, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I no longer have the product IBM i Access for Wireless as support
for that was no longer valid with 7.1 of the OS. However, when I go
to the http://myibmi:2001 and go into web tasks I still see
QIWIRELESS V7.1 (int app svr)

Do I just use that interface to remove it?

Any other cleanup I should do? Like blast some stream file
directories associated with it?

Huh. I would have expected the DLTLICPGM 5722XP1 request [presumably performed as part of the "Prepare for Install"] would have performed a Remove TCP/IP Server (RMVTCPSVR) to rid of the server definition, along with deleting both the product library named QIWR and all associated non /QSYS.LIB directories and files.

The v5r3 Product Load (PRDLOD) object QIWR0050 in library QIWR [shipped with 5722XP1] shows the following directory also was part of the product, with the two sub-directories MCPervasive and ToolboxME:

The following sub-directory has symbolic links to the servelet code apparently:

Those links point to some of the files in the following sub-directory:

The following sub-directory has both a JAR file and what appears to be some licensing verbiage:

The text there, may imply there would be no requirement to have a licensed copy of the 5722-XP1 LPP installed in order to use and share the software [¿within that particular directory?; i.e. the file jt400Micro.jar which is apparently available as part of the Java Toolbox JT400 sfw (in JTOpen) per:
_Downloading and setting up ToolboxME_
"You must separately download IBM® Toolbox for Java™ 2 Micro Edition (jt400Micro.jar), which is contained in JTOpen."].?:

Searching QIWIRELESS [and QWIRELESS for a presumed misspelling] on the midrange archives, shows that beyond those product directories, the run-time also creates a user-data directory:

There could be other possible user-data locations somewhere under the following, but nothing revealed in the archives searching QIWIRELESS:

added kwds: McYpvPervasive McYpvPervasiveResources

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