Removing published starter stores
When you initially install WebSphere Commerce Developer, the Aurora extended sites starter store is published. If you decide that you do not want the starter store, use the WCDE_installdir\bin\resetdb.bat command to restore the database to the bootstrap configuration.
Use theWCDE_installdir\bin\resetstores.bat command to reset the Stores web module back to its bootstrap state. Ensure that you create a backup before you run these scripts. The resetdb.bat script applies only to the Apache Derby database. If you want to publish a store, use the administration console.
Changing the database type
By default, WebSphere Commerce Developer is configured to use Apache Derby as the development environment database. If you want to use a different database, you must install your preferred database and change the database type from Apache Derby to your preferred database. Use the WCDE_installdir\bin\setdbtype.bat script to change the database type. This script configures your environment to use an existing database and optionally create a new bootstrap database. Running the setdbtype.bat script with no arguments displays the usage.
Ensure that IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software is not active when you run the setdbtype.bat script. If IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software is active, rerun the setdbtype.bat script after you stop IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software.
When you are creating a bootstrap database, run the WCDE_installdir\bin\resetstores.bat command to reset the Stores web module back to the bootstrap state.
Restoring WebSphere Commerce Developer to the default setup
Run the WCDE_installdir\bin\restoreDefault.bat script to restore the WebSphere Commerce Developer to the default configuration. The restoration is done at the maintenance level of the installation and not at the base level.