Hi, I need advice here.

I am no expert with Wise, am learning the hard way.

With Oracle 10g, client, i am trying to create an MSI package. I am loosing my hair since two days because i am fighting with wise regarding the destination folder. During package creation, Oracle offers me to install itself in my R drive (recovery hidden partition). I change the drive letter to C Drive. It installs fine, most of the Oracle installs on C drive except about 18 megs on my D drive (Documents and setting drive). This step is during the package creation (capture)

Whatever i am doing, when times comes to install the MSI on a clean wks with all 3 drives. The MSI freaks out and jump on my R drive and installs Oracle there. All the time, no exception. I also try to delete my R drive when creating the package and same results.

I am loosing options here, have no idea where to look now. any clues would be greatly appreciated.


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By default, Windows Installer will install to teh drive with the greatest amount of free disk space. You can override this by specifying a ROOTDRIVE property, either on the command line or as part of your MSI/MST. Refer here. http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa371372(VS.85).aspx for details.
Answered 02/28/2008 by: VBScab
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Thanks, it solved my problem !

Strange i never had this problem before and my team packaged many apps with Wise.

Thanks for your help,

Answered 02/28/2008 by: unreal2me
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