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Hi,

I am trying to call 1 exe, from office 2007 interop assemblies msi, but whenever I try to import through custom action, wise package studio

gets crashed, if i try to do it through tables I can import exe in my custom actions, but it does not work...

any idea?
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What do you mean by "import through Custom Action"? Detail precisely the steps you're taking, making sure you correctly note down the menu item and/or window text.
Answered 01/23/2010 by: VBScab
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Hi,
If I am importing any custom action for e.g. deletefiles.exe, then while compiling wise gets crashed..
Answered 01/23/2010 by: abking99
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"Importing" makes no sense. Do you mean you're selecting "Run EXE from installation", or "Run EXE from installed files"? As I asked previously, state the exact steps you're following.
Answered 01/23/2010 by: VBScab
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I am trying to import it through, Run wise script from installation....then i am giving path to that exe, then compiling, and that time getting wise crashed...
Answered 01/24/2010 by: abking99
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Hardly surprising, since you're not running a WiseScript, you're running an EXE. Either use the EXE and select 'Run EXE from installation' or the WSE (the "source" file for the EXE) and select 'Run WiseScript from installation'.
Answered 01/24/2010 by: VBScab
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My project std is, run wise script through installation and i am not able to put action in that way
Answered 01/24/2010 by: abking99
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So import the WSE , not the EXE. The WSE contains the script, the EXE is a compiled version of the script and becomes, in effect, like any other program. You'd get the same effect if you tried to use Notepad.exe.
Answered 01/24/2010 by: VBScab
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