Hi All,

I'm working on a package with a list of 9 custom actions "Call DLL From Installation". The DLL is, "ISSetup.dll" and Function Names are f1-f9
Am I right to assume that f1-f9 are pre-defined within ISSetup.dll and if so, can someone provide either a link for the explanations of these functions? OR... Does ISSetup.dll call scripts written by the packager or whoever, whereas the person creating the package created a bunch of scripts and labelled them f1-f9 and ISSetup.dll simply calls the code contained in each function.

I attempted to google this info but couldn't find anything.

Thanks for your insight.
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Believe I found the answer... It's the later of the two. This installshield is a load of crapola.
Answered 04/20/2011 by: Secondlaw
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Yes, it's usually the latter.
However; during install some "supporting" files are extracted and usually there is an .INI file describing the f# function names.
Answered 04/20/2011 by: AngelD
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