In order to un-install a module I disabled and deleted the folder from the root module folder. Though I have deleted the module yet it's showing in module list page. Why is this? Am I doing wrong?
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Simply find the module name, and write the following command in your command-line/terminal/console to disable the module at first (by considering that the current path in your command-line is the Drupal project root directory):
drush dis moduleName -y
then after the completion of the executing the above command, write the following command to uninstall the module:
drush pm-uninstall moduleName -y
If you have several modules, you can list their names. For example for three modules, you can write:
drush dis moduleName1 moduleName2 moduleName3 -y drush pm-uninstall moduleName1 moduleName2 moduleName3 -y
For uninstalling a module..
- Disable the module in Modules Page.
- Then uninstall module from Uninstall Page.
- Then delete the module files if you want.
This may happen delete/remove the module before disabling in admin side....
Once again add and enable the same module... and Click checked-box to disable and click save configuration button... Now click uninstall link showed in top of the page and delete installed table...
Go to database system table...search module presence , if it is there delete rows and ensure....
Clear cache.... and ensure that cache table is empty....
Now run cron.php