Hi,

I am working on CaliberRM Sp1. My task is to put the server name(itg-mpsc-crm1) in the the login screen which comes up after launching the shortcut. Right now it is blank. I tried to check the registry entries but failed to find the right one. The old package has an msi and mst. Any help or ideas are very much appreciated.

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Raj.
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then try embeeding the server name with in the script.write a script....
Answered 06/24/2010 by: hkvscrap
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Can you provide me some ideas how to proceed further with the script? I am familiar with wise scripting.
Answered 06/24/2010 by: jagannadhraj
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Hi,
You will have to search hard. May be there is any configuration file, where those settings are getting saved. In simple words, 1st find out those settings try to implement things manually, and then write script. Script can be inany format wise/vb.
You can check below things:
1) system dsn
2) configuration files, ini files
3) registries
You can use snapshot tools like picture taker.
Answered 06/24/2010 by: Yaduveer
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Raj,
I'm not familiar with the app in question but I've experienced issues capturing login information on other apps - namely, where the connection/last login information hasn't been written (to registry or config files) until a successful login has been achieved. This can be problematic in a Dev environment if you don't have access to fully test a login.
In this scenario I've managed to get live test environment access to capture this info and add to my package.
Good luck...
Al
Answered 06/25/2010 by: AB
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I have fingured it out. I used wise to capture the registry entry after i launch the shortcut and add the server manually. Anyway thanks for all the replies guys much appreciated.

Raj
Answered 06/25/2010 by: jagannadhraj
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Using Wise was a bit over-the-top for something so simple. I'd recommend a lightweight snapshot tool like InstallWatch or PictureTaker.
Answered 06/26/2010 by: VBScab
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Thank you. I will definitely consider your tip.
Answered 06/26/2010 by: jagannadhraj
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