Hello guys,
I'm trying to publish MS Office 2003 SP3 in HP CSDB. It seems there is a mismatch between " Template Summary Property" in MSP file and "ProductCode" in MSI file. I used "MsiInfo.exe [path to database] -p [edited_value]" but it generated Error 110. Unable to open database.

It seems database is read-only. How can I make it writable?

I'll appreciate any help.
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That rather depends on why it's read-only, doesn't it? Or , indeed, if it really is read-only.

Does the file have its read-only attribute set? Does the user account you're using have sufficient rights to the file and/or its container folder? Check file *AND* share permissions: it wouldn't be the first time I've seen Windows gets its drawers in a twist with conflicting and/or mutually exclusive permissions.
Answered 10/22/2008 by: VBScab
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No, the attribute is not read-only and I have sufficient rights to this file.

I should maybe merge/convert the MSP file to an MSI to make it open and edit?
Answered 10/22/2008 by: mehappy
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I think you mean the package code (Revision summary information property, number 9) and not the ProductCode in the MSI.
Answered 10/22/2008 by: AngelD
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Hi Kim,

No I mean ProducKey. As you know every msp file has a "Template Summary Property". The Template Summary property of a patch package (.msp file) is a semicolon-delimited list of the product codes that can accept the patch. If there is a mismatch it will generate an error. So I tried to opent the patch (.msp file) by using MsiInfo.exe to see what are values in Template Summary. But it seems is not that easy! :-/
Answered 10/22/2008 by: mehappy
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