This command uninstalls one or more taxonomies. By default, any taxonomies referenced by the current one are uninstalled as well. To uninstall just the current taxonomy and keep the referenced taxonomies, set the option --k.
<exec> uninstall [options] Taxonomy+
To uninstall multiple taxonomies, add the Taxonomy argument multiple times.
The Taxonomy argument is one of the following:
•A taxonomy identifier (having a format of <name>-<version>, for example: eba-2.10). To find out the taxonomy identifiers of the taxonomies that are installed, run the list -i command. You can also use an abbreviated taxonomy name if it is unique, for example eba. If you use an abbreviated name, then all taxonomies that contain the abbreviation in its name will be uninstalled.
•The path to a .altova_taxonomies file downloaded from the Altova website. For information about these files, see Introduction to TaxonomyManager: How It Works.
The uninstall command takes the following options:
Set this option to keep referenced taxonomies. The default is false.
Display only error messages. The default is false.
Display detailed information during execution. The default is false.
Display help for the command.
The following command uninstalls the eba-2.10 and us-gaap-2020.0 taxonomies and their dependencies:
taxonomymanager uninstall eba-2.10 us-gaap-2020.0
The following command uninstalls the eba-2.10 taxonomy but not the taxonomies it references:
taxonomymanager uninstall --k eba-2.10