Sarah,

An install.log should be removed when the un-install finished so that is good. When the un-install did not remove everything it installed it is mainly caused by components that are in use but a reboot should be enough to get rid of these files.

If you want to do a manual un-install:
  • If the product is still present on disk:
    • Open a CMD window (with "run as administrator")
    • Go with CD to the folder where DataFlex Reports was installed
    • Type in:
      • Regsvr32 -u "DataFlex Reports 2017 Developer Edition API.ocx"
      • Regsvr32 -u "dfedit40.dll" <- this might break your DataFlex Studio functioning, if so it needs to be re-registered in DataFlex Studio installation(s)
      • Regsvr32 -u "Codejock.CommandBars.v16.3.1.ocx" <- If the same version is in use by DataFlex Studio this breaks the functioning. Reregister in DataFlex Studio with "RegisterCodeJockControls.bat"
      • Regsvr32 -u "Codejock.DockingPane.v16.3.1.ocx" <- Could only break programs that use this. DataFlex Studio does not use it

  • Remove the folder where DataFlex Reports was installed into (default c:\Program Files (x86)\DataFlex Reports 2017 Developer Edition - 6.1.5) <- 2017 and 6.1.5 can be different
  • Remove the C:\ProgramData\Data Access Worldwide\DataFlex Reports\6.1 <- The 6.1 can be different it is version depending
  • If installed: Remove the libraries folder for DataFlex Reports (e.g. c:\libraries\DataFlex Reports\6.1.5) <- 6.1.5 can be different and it is version depending
  • Open Regedit
    • Locate ".DR" in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT and delete entry
    • Locate ".DPL" in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT and delete entry
    • Locate "DataFlex Reports 2017 Developer Edition.Document" in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT and delete entry

  • Cleanup Windows Start menu


For the regedit operations make sure you have a good backup so that in case of a mistake you can go back.