Trying to create a response transform for an application and comes up with an error

Windows Installer Error 2713:0
MsiGetFeatureState(DNS)

how can i get round this please.
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AppDeploy has an MSI Error look-up page. Entering 2713 there sends us to this http://itninja.com/question/help-with-msi-161850 page. Essentially, you have an empty cell in a table which requires a value in that cell. From the look of it, it's connected with the feature in your MSI called 'DNS'.
Answered 02/04/2008 by: VBScab
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Does that mean the vendor msi is corrupt. Is there a way i can rectify this problem?
Answered 02/04/2008 by: gizmolala
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ORIGINAL: gizmolala
Does that mean the vendor msi is corrupt.
Unlikely. The simplest test would be to see if the MS installs OK without your transform.

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Is there a way i can rectify this problem?
Find where the feature DNS is referenced in your transform. The two major MSI-authoring tools will highlight errors if you select the 'raw' table view. For example, in my tool of choice, Wise Package Studio, I would select 'Setup Editor' from the left-hand pane, click the 'Tables' tab and scroll down to the 'Features' table. In the row where the feature 'DNS' is defined, the offending cell would be highlighted red.
Answered 02/04/2008 by: VBScab
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