I m packaging 7-zip 9.20(64-bit).
The shortcut is not advertised. When i advertised it and associate a icon to this shortcut i m getting these Errors during validation in Wise. For same package i do not get any such error in ORCA.

1. ICE Internal Error 1. API Returned: 1627.
Evaluation: ICE36
2. Error 2280: , Used, Icon
Evaluation: ICE36
3. Possible Mis-Aligned Foreign Keys
Icon.1 =
Shortcut.Icon_ = S72 _Validation
Evaluation: ICE32

When i tried double clicking on these errors they do not point to any Table.
Anybody kno why this is coming...

!!!We are getting same error for 32-bit version also
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They are not ICE errors that I've come across and resolved myself, but I've got an ICE crbisheet that has some information around the errors you have:


ICE32 ERROR Possible misaligned foreign keys feature = s32 FeatureComponents.Feature_ = s38 This error occurs with a Wininstall disco32 captures and is usually an acceptable Error - you're not using Winstall, so this would require some further investigation


ICE36 Warning Icon Bloat. Icon 'xxxxxxxx' is not used in the Class, Shortcut, or ProgID table. This adversely affects performance. If the icon can be used in either the Class, Shortcut or ProgId tables, then use it; otherwise delete it as it?s not required

It would appear that the errors are to do with your added advertised shortcut - hope that points you in the right direction [:D]


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Answered 02/21/2012 by: dunnpy
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Thanks Dunnpy for the reply
as mentioned above i used that icon for Shortcut..so i think ICE36 should not come.
Answered 02/21/2012 by: harsh_k
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Did you grab an .ico file for the shortcut?

You could you point to one contained in the 7zFM.exe - it contains two icons, rather than the .ico and see if that makes a difference.
Answered 02/21/2012 by: dunnpy
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hey dunnpy,
i was using the same exe to associate the Icon...rather now i tried to associate icon by snatching it by tool..but same result.
Answered 02/21/2012 by: harsh_k
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