Virtual directory and Web Sites created with WFWI 6 and recompiled with Wise Installation Studio 7 is not installed

Article:TECH26095  |  Created: 2007-01-24  |  Updated: 2007-11-29  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH26095
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Article Type
Technical Solution


Issue



 
Create a Web Application in version 6 of Wise.
Open it with Version 7 of Wise Installation System and add 2.0 to the ASP.NET tab.
Compile.

Check the ASP.NET tab after compile, and the ASP.NET version has been returned to Default.
 


Environment



Wise Installation Studio 7
Wise Package Studio 7.x


Cause



This issue has been fixed in Wise Installation Studio/Express 7 SP1.  The fix for this issue will also be included with the next release of Wise Package Studio.

Workaround:
This column can be added using Orca. The Orca .msi is included with the latest Microsoft Platform SDK.

Add the DotNetVersion column to the .wsi in Orca by performing the following:
1.  Open the .wsi in Orca.
2.  Right-click the WiseVirtualDirectory table and select Tables > Adjust Schema.
3.  In the columns list, scroll down to the bottom and select the last item, which should be Attributes.
4.  Click New.
5.  Enter the following in the Column Schema section:
Name : DotNetVersion
Type : String
Length : 0
6.  Click OK.
7.  Select File > Save As. Save it as the original name. Make sure to add .wsi to the end of the filename.
8.  Open the .wsi in Windows Installer Editor. After compiling, the .msi will also have the DotNetVersion column in the WiseVirtualDirectory table.
 


Solution



Workaround:  This column can be added using Orca. The Orca .MSI is included with the latest Microsoft Platform SDK. Add the DotNetVersion column to the .WSI in Orca by performing the following:

1. Open the .WSI in Orca
2. Right-click the WiseVirtualDirectory table and select Tables > Adjust Schema
3. In the columns list, scroll down to the bottom and select the last item, which should be Attributes
4. Click New
5. Enter the following in the Column Schema section:
    -Name : DotNetVersion
    -Type : String
    - Length : 0
6. Click OK
7. Select File > Save As. Save it as the original name. Make sure to add .WSI to the end of the filename.
8. Open the .WSI in Windows Installer Editor. After compiling, the .MSI will also have the DotNetVersion column in the WiseVirtualDirectory table.

Supplemental Materials

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ValueLB 56996
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Legacy ID



32182


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