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A regular Windows Installer Packages (.MSI) compresses the files and stores them in .MSI itself. In case of huge application where they contain large number of files and occupies memory over 1GB it is not recommended to make the windows installer ...
Article by TilakGovind | 08 Mar 2013 | 0 comments
This procedure contains general guidelines for running generated test cases. Each type of test case is more fully explained in its own topic. You can set the status for a test case or a test item. Test cases are listed in the left pane of Test ...
Blog Entry by TilakGovind | 11 Sep 2008 | 2 comments
When packaging an application do you wonder which applications need a driver? Here is a simple method to double check. Go to -> Setup Editor TAB -> Tables section and go to file table and search for .sys and .inf file entries. ...
Blog Entry by TilakGovind | 10 Sep 2008 | 1 comment
How can you check to see if an application works with all other files with associated extensions? After installing the application create one text file on the desktop and create one new folder. Double Click -> Go to Tools Folder Option -> ...
Blog Entry by TilakGovind | 09 Sep 2008 | 2 comments
For some applications which have ODBC drivers, you may question if the application has created an ODBC driver or not? This tip will help you answer that question. Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools. Double click ODBC and check User DSN ...
Blog Entry by TilakGovind | 08 Sep 2008 | 9 comments
Generally software application is assigned to a packager through Development team. The Team should contain all the relevant documentation required to package the application e.g. Packaging Specification, Packaging Standard for each ...
Article by TilakGovind | 08 Sep 2008 | 0 comments
There is a situation that happens where we all get confused while working on excluding lists. Then when you complete a Setup Capture, the resulting package contains both necessary and unnecessary information and entries for the ...
Blog Entry by TilakGovind | 05 Sep 2008 | 1 comment
How to do repackage an Windows application , Developed in .NET2005... Even i have prepared an .EXE file with some supporting .Dlls by SETUP process option in .NET2005.. Soon help me ..out... More informations needed to help out I'd ...
Forum Discussion by TilakGovind | 21 May 2010 | 6 comments
If you have to install applications to any other Physical Drive (not network drive) you can do so in the following way. default INSTALLDIR : C:\Program Files\Dir1 Change to D:\Program Files\Dir1 In the MSI Script create a custom action In ...
Blog Entry by TilakGovind | 14 May 2008 | 2 comments
There are cases where an application needs access to a drive like H: to complete the installation of an application. Since, for example, you might be working on a VMware machine using a local user account. Here's a trick to help you overcome ...
Blog Entry by TilakGovind | 08 May 2008 | 3 comments