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Downgrade R5.03 ->R5.02

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I want to downgrade my R5.03 to R5.02a. What are the steps I need to do? Where can I get the documentation for downgrading R5?
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to revert to the previous QMU / QMR run the corresponding patch, ie

to go from 5.03 > 5.02c, run the 5.03 patch, this in effect uninstalls the patch
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