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Removing JMon applications from the correlator
To stop and delete a running JMon application, execute the engine_delete operation:
engine_delete [options_to_identify_correlator]application_name
If the application you want to delete is not running on the local host on the default correlator port, be sure to specify options that indicate the correlator that is running the application you want to delete.
Replace application_name with the name of the application as specified in the deployment descriptor. This is not necessarily the same as the name of the application's JAR file.
Deleting a JMon application does the following:
*Terminates the application's active listeners.
*Deletes the application's monitor classes.
*Leaves the event type definitions loaded in the correlator. To remove the event type definitions, execute engine_delete and specify the files that contain the event type definitions.

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