Hi Guys,

I am facing an issue not sure this is problem with the custom action or some other issue.

When I run a command manually it works fine but with custom action it is showing some issue.

I am successfully able to run a command as below, from command line:

"C:\Client\Setup.exe" -deinstall -silent -nowait -responseFile "C:\Client\Uninstall.rsp"

When this command is run from command line it first copy a folder with various file at C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp and then intiated the uninstallation of oracle client.

But when I try to execute the same command from Wise Custom action 'Execute program from destination'

it initiate the custom action and then open a console windows with the message as make sure you have write access C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp and also it has sufficient space.

I am logged in as Administrator and wondering why this custom action thorowing such message.

Any advise will help me.

Thanks.
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In which sequence is your CA running, ExecuteImmediate or ExecuteDeferred?
Answered 01/28/2010 by: VBScab
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ExecuteDeferred - System Context

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Answered 01/28/2010 by: djain3
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Although it should, it might be that System doesn't have access to Administrator's profile folder. As you're admin, try user context and see what happens. That'll be no good for Production, of course, but at least you'll know that the command line works as expected and you can go from there.
Answered 01/28/2010 by: VBScab
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It didn't work....
Answered 01/28/2010 by: djain3
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Instead of placing Executables in Administrator\Local Settings\Temp try putting those files under Windows\Temp and try
Answered 01/28/2010 by: mekaywe
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Oracle's set-up stub copies the files there and, IIRC, there's no way to direct it otherwise.
Answered 01/28/2010 by: VBScab
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