Dear all,

I have just back to a client site and they are experiencing a problem with an app that was packaged some time ago using Wise Package Studio 5.51.

When the package runs it places a Wise Setup Capture Restart.BAT file into the logged on users profile under the Startup dir.

So every time a user logs on after the app installs as it is trying to finish of the setup capture process it fails every time as the client enforces a lock down environment.

I am struggling a bit here as the file is not part of the MSI install and is BAT file has the following command line in it;
"\\%SERVERNAME%\wise\Windows Installer Editor\WfWI.exe" /r245="\\%SERVERNAME%\Sharepoint\Projects\Oracle Discoverer 4.1.48" /z1 "\\%SERVERNAME%\Sharepoint\Projects\Oracle Discoverer 4.1.48\Oracle Discoverer 4.1.48.wsi" /qa="Oracle Discoverer 4.1.48" /qm="Oracle"

If you have any info that may prevent me from having to repackage this app from scratch it would be greatly appreciated. I was of the understanding that as long as app repackaging has completed the snapshot then all files installed would be located within the MSI........

This appears that the snapshot process has not completed but don't really understand why. If someone has a few minutes to explain it would be appreciated.

I have not been packaging for a wee while so any help as always would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
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It looks like that batch file was there to install a second packaged component of oracle.


You could try just adding a delete command to the end of the batch file pointing to itself. That should still allow that additional component to install. Batch files have the fun ability to delete themselves while running.
Answered 05/11/2005 by: Bladerun
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