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Reinstalling Java and Maven for JBoss


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Dear all,

I am recently trying to install jboss on my mac following this Chapter*2.*Getting started with JBoss AS 7 guide.
Unfortunately I faced some difficulties which were that both java and maven editions were older as required.
While trying to reinstall new editions I think that I did a big mess, therefore, I now want to clean and uninstall both java and maven and reinstall them later.
Can anyone please give the set of instructions to do that?

Thank you a lot.
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