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In Wise Package Studio there is a file section where the packager should be aware of "Controlling File Versioning Settings" when they place files in the package. There may be a situation where the user wants to overwrite a file or just ignore ...
Blog Post by WiseUser | 06 Dec 2007 | 1 comment
If your application works only with certain version of a DLL -- but your computer has the same DLL with higher version -- here's a possible work around. Introduction: DLL Isolation is used when an application needs a specific version of a ...
Article by R-Vijay | 06 Dec 2007 | 5 comments
If you've created a package using Wise package studio, here's a way you can update a custom action using a patch. You can update a custom action using a patch. If the custom action is included in the binary table, then simply update the ...
Blog Post by WiseUser | 05 Dec 2007 | 0 comments
It is easy to determine if Windows Installer prompts for a reboot because it installed over a file that is in use. The first step is to generate a verbose log file. In the verbose log file, look for the presence of the ReplacedInUseFiles property in the ...
Blog Post by WiseUser | 04 Dec 2007 | 0 comments
You can detect the system language in a package by using the SystemLanguageID property present in the MSI. In Wise Package Studio: Go to the Setup Editor view Click the Product tab Go to Launch Conditions In right panel, ...
Blog Post by R-Vijay | 04 Dec 2007 | 1 comment
Error 1720 is a generic Windows Installer error message which you get when there is a problem with a custom action script in the package. To troubleshoot this error: Finish the install and look in the application log in the eventviewer. The ...
Blog Post by R-Vijay | 03 Dec 2007 | 2 comments
If the application does not work after the install, there could be several possible reasons for this. I've tried to outline a few of the troubleshooting steps I take when I run into these types of errors. Read on to learn more. The application ...
Article by R-Vijay | 03 Dec 2007 | 2 comments
Wise Package Studio ships with some very cool functionality that allows you to find differences in msi, mst, msm, wsi, and wsm file types. This spendid feature can be very handy when troubleshooting. I've done some testing of my ...
Blog Post by WiseUser | 26 Nov 2007 | 2 comments
Here's how to use the Patch Creation tool in Wise for Windows Installer Professional, Wise for Visual Studio .NET, and Wise Package Studio to create a patch (.MSP) to update a Windows Installer (.MSI) installation. Prepare for ...
Article by WiseUser | 23 Nov 2007 | 3 comments
Wise Installation System supports five built-in languages (English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian). You can create installation packages in other languages supported by Wise that are not translated by default. This article provides ...
Article by WiseUser | 19 Nov 2007 | 1 comment