Hi
I'm evaluating a bunch of tools but none seem to offer this feature, well I'm certain it exists I just haven't found out how yet.

Essentially I'm looking for the following behaviour.
During installation I want to present the user with a screen with a few check boxes or the like, one for each mode namely training, tutorial and production.
Tutorial is typically the same version as production except it connects to a dummy DB and behaves a little differently, training could be several versions ahead of production.
If the user selects 2, or even all 3 of these, I'd need an executable of some sort, this is java so even an icon for each connecting to a different URL will do and the supporting jars.
so I'd have %INSTALLATION_DIR%/tutorial/*****, %INSTALLATION_DIR%/training/***** & %INSTALLATION_DIR%/production/*****

Whether it's commercial, free or OS it will be appreciated.

Any hints please?
Thanks in advance
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With Wise you could offer a check box dialog for that sort of thing.
You would place each Jar under a separate feature, and allow the user to select which features to install. The shortcuts would "belong" to their corresponding feature/set of files.
Answered 10/05/2006 by: aogilmor
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With Wise you could offer a check box dialog for that sort of thing.
You would place each Jar under a separate feature, and allow the user to select which features to install. The shortcuts would "belong" to their corresponding feature/set of files.

Thanks much
Answered 10/06/2006 by: taariq
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