Hello,

In MAC OS, when uninstalling the application via the uninstall.app, it shows a confirmation message. Is there a way via command-line to make it directly uninstall without this message?

asked 07 Mar '15, 16:53

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You cannot change it through command line but we have a setting to control that behavior. To disable the dialog, you just have to execute:

 <project>
      ...
      <askForConfirmationOnUninstall>0</askForConfirmationOnUninstall>
      ...
  </project>
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answered 09 Mar '15, 10:21

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Right. Thanks.

(09 Mar '15, 10:39) Codename K
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