1)Any body can you draw clear picture between ADDLocal and ADDSource property...
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Have you tried MSDN?
Answered 03/16/2010 by: VBScab
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all the info should be in the sdk
Answered 03/16/2010 by: cygan
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As per the SDK:

ADDLOCAL Property
The value of the ADDLOCAL property is a list of features delimited by commas that are to be installed locally. The features must be present in the Feature column of the Feature table. To install all features locally, use ADDLOCAL=ALL on the command line. Do not enter ADDLOCAL=ALL into the Property table because this generates an locally installed package that cannot be correctly removed.

ADDSOURCE Property
The value of the ADDSOURCE property is a list of features delimited by commas that are to be installed to run from source. The features must be present in the Feature column of the Feature table. To install all features as run from source, use ADDSOURCE=ALL on the command line. Do not enter ADDSOURCE=ALL into the Property table because this generates a run-from-source package that cannot be correctly removed.
Answered 03/16/2010 by: captain_planet
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...which, strange as it may seem, is the exact same text as appears on MSDN. How weird is that?!? LOL
Answered 03/16/2010 by: VBScab
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ORIGINAL: captain_planet

As per the SDK:

ADDLOCAL Property
The value of the ADDLOCAL property is a list of features delimited by commas that are to be installed locally. The features must be present in the Feature column of the Feature table. To install all features locally, use ADDLOCAL=ALL on the command line. Do not enter ADDLOCAL=ALL into the Property table because this generates an locally installed package that cannot be correctly removed.

ADDSOURCE Property
The value of the ADDSOURCE property is a list of features delimited by commas that are to be installed to run from source. The features must be present in the Feature column of the Feature table. To install all features as run from source, use ADDSOURCE=ALL on the command line. Do not enter ADDSOURCE=ALL into the Property table because this generates a run-from-source package that cannot be correctly removed.





as you are very caring and not letting people search the sdk I will be emailing you for info on the sdk as when I need it =)
Answered 03/16/2010 by: cygan
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ha ha ha. I hadn't refreshed my browser for a while. My reading of this post was interrupted by a tea break! [;)] Anyway, for that.....

Dim captainPlanetsBlacklist
Set captainPlanetsBlacklist = CreateObject("System.Collections.ArrayList")
captainPlanetsBlacklist.Add "VBScab"
captainPlanetsBlacklist.Add "Cygan"
Answered 03/16/2010 by: captain_planet
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Const strItemName = "VBScab"
Dim blnItemExists

blnItemExists = captainPlanetsBlacklist.Contains(strItemName)
If blnItemExists Then
Call BeginDOSAttack("captain_planet")
End If
Take THAT!
Answered 03/17/2010 by: VBScab
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Ok ok ok! Have mercy! [;)]

captainPlanetsBlacklist.Remove "VBScab"
Answered 03/17/2010 by: captain_planet
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ORIGINAL: captain_planet

Ok ok ok! Have mercy! [;)]

captainPlanetsBlacklist.Remove "VBScab"


I have not been removed as well

one more line of code please [:D]
Answered 03/17/2010 by: cygan
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Ahhh ok.
captainPlanetsBlacklist.Remove "Cygan"
Meanwhile captainPlanetsBlacklist will remain initialized, and i am putting in some security constraints to protect myself from hostile planeteers! [:D]
Answered 03/17/2010 by: captain_planet
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