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Invalid format string error in INI file table - ICE 03 error.We should resolve ICE 03 errors in package.But I don't have an idea as to how to resolve these?
Kindly give me a soln.
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Answered 11/08/2008 by: AngelD
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if that doesnt work kindly provide a little more detail.

ICE03 has so many diff errors narrowing it down to 1 of them could assist with a solution.
Answered 11/09/2008 by: jmcfadyen
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Invalid format string error in INI file table - ICE 03 error.We should resolve ICE 03 errors in package.But I don't have an idea as to how to resolve these?
If the INI isn't using any properties from the MSI to set entries, you could substitute use of the INI table and install the INI as a file.
Answered 11/10/2008 by: VBScab
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If I had to guess (and I am guessing on the sleepy monday morning, desperately need some coffee), then your offending value probably contains a {, }, [ or ] in uneven numbers. for example, the value is 123{456 then use the escape method described in AngelD's Link, which you should change to 123[\{]456.

But like i said, it is just a wild guess...
Answered 11/10/2008 by: pgiesbergen
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another common thing is this

[ProgramFilesFolder]anotherfolder\file.txt

when it should read something like this

[anotherfolder]file.txt

p.s. i never read the heading of the post (sorry)
Answered 11/10/2008 by: jmcfadyen
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break out msi.chm look at INIFile table and see which rules your data might be violating.
Answered 11/11/2008 by: aogilmor
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Alternatively, you could always tell the client to get a life or, at best, a sense of proportion. Honestly, who *cares* about invalid strings in INI files?
Answered 11/12/2008 by: VBScab
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