As there are 2 sections and you mentioned it that you did not complete the process of updation, then you can simply replace the CFIDE folder and remove the .jar file from update folder and restart the ColdFusion Application service that will do it,.
If you followed the Sections 1, then removing the .jar file and restart the service will roll back the update. however if you followed the Section 2 then I need to know whether you have replace the files in "lib" folder or not. If you did that then it's hard to roll back, however if you took the backup of "lib" folder then you can replace it with that.
Hope this helps.
Thank you Priyank,
I ONLY did the first section where you add the .jar file by clicking the blue "i" in the top of the Manager.
I have also realised that I have written the wrong update here - the one I was doing was APSB13-03. The procedure is very similar though.
So... to fix the problem I should delete the file hf900-00009.jar from the C:\coldfusion9\updates folder and then restart the ColdFusion services?
I did not overwrite or change any other folder, and I did not do section 2.
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Then it's easy, you can just go to this folder C:\coldfusion9\updates, remove the .jar file and restart the server. Login and check the update level.
NOTE: Please make sure you take the backup of "LIB" and "CFIDE" folder both.
I have now done that, and the server seems to be running normally - also the update level is the same as our other server which I didn't try to apply the hotfix to.
The problem we have been having is only seen by users of the website, so I can't tell you if doing this has helped, but I will come back in a few days and let you know.
Once again, many thanks for your help.
Just a quick note to say that since I followed your advice and rolled back the partial update all the problems we had been having with our site have disappeared and everything is back to normal.
Thank you once again!
I am glad that everything is working fine for you.