hi, i am building a upgrade package and would like to know what is the lowest code for language i can put?. Right now i only know that english is 1033 and i would like my package to upgrade on any language that is installed on user's pc. Any information provided would be helpful.

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The lowest LCID is 1024 which relates to no language?!
Answered 06/12/2007 by: HotSpot
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Googling, you can find more on LCID's

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Answered 06/12/2007 by: jamsek19
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would setting the language to 1024 upgrade the software no matter what language the user has installed?
Answered 06/12/2007 by: justinSingh
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As I understand, you must specify old language and new one in template summary to show proper language in dialogs even that you have in a package just binaries from new language. To get dialog to choose language put 0 instead of 1024 (see ProductLanguage Property).

More on upgrades you can find on Preparing application for future major Upgrade.

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Answered 06/13/2007 by: jamsek19
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Also, upgrading each file uses special file version logic depends on "File Versioning Rules": these rules evaluate file version, file creation date and file language LCID.

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Answered 06/13/2007 by: jamsek19
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Hi Justin,
are you talking about the language code in the upgrade table?
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Answered 06/13/2007 by: nheim
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yes, i am talking about the language code in the upgrade table in Wise package studio.
Answered 06/13/2007 by: justinSingh
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Hi Justin,
just leave the language field empty and it works on all languages...
See: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/En-US/library/aa372379.aspx
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Answered 06/14/2007 by: nheim
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thanks for the feedback guys!
lots of information on that page NHEIM !
thanks!
Answered 06/14/2007 by: justinSingh
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