Is anyone familiar with this error? I was trying to package Heat client application and I received the error:

Internal Error 2714. System32/Redist/MS/System.
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I would check your Directory and File tables to see what reference you have to that location...

Your MSI maybe trying to install a file to a non-existant location.

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you can just search for that string... if it is used in reference to a path then go to your Directory Table and find the correct variable and replace the hard coded entry... -- If you can't find it in the Directory table -- look for a entry that has System in the last column and trace that path -- sometimes paths are bulit by layering paths on top of each other...

Hope you can understand this...

Good luck
Answered 08/15/2006 by: gmorgan618
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Hi Wehttam ,

2714 error is bacuase of "Invalid value for default folder name: "

The folder System32\Redist\MS\System specified will be created when u have merge modules in ur package, try importing the merge modules once again and try installing it.

Cheers ,
Answered 08/15/2006 by: viswakar
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Thanks, looks like that did it. It works......

However, I am having this weird error now; I am getting tmp.edb could not be compressed. Is that the same case?

Please advice.

Thanks.
Answered 08/16/2006 by: wehttam
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Thanks, looks like that did it. It works......

However, I am having this weird error now; I am getting tmp.edb could not be compressed. Is that the same case?



When I get that error, it is because I'm trying to compress a file that no longer exists. Tmp.edb sounds very much like a temporary file, that might have been deleted when the installation ends. Check if the file exist and have a size larger than 0kb. If not, delete it from the installation database and try again.
Answered 08/16/2006 by: sikkert
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