Hi, I need some help please. I have a script to install Oracle files. The process is pretty straight forward in that there is a file copy, then I am calling a wsf then finally calling another executable.
The problem is that when I call the wsf I do not get the same results as when I manually launch the wsf - basically the installation fails and then moves on to the exe launch which cannot install as it requires files installed in the wsf.
I do not have the source for the final exe so this cannot be modified.
I am launching the wsf by using cscript.exe followed by the path to the script.

Does anyone have any suggestions on where I am going wrong here?

Many thanks for all your help with this
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Sorry, I should also mention that I am using Wise Installer v9.0
Answered 07/03/2005 by: TheBigCheese
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Are you sure your .wsf script has finished running before you are moving on to run .exe file?

If you running all this from a .cmd file you should be able to use the start /wait command to run your cscript entry...
Answered 07/04/2005 by: MSIPackager
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or maybe a wsf call even before the file copy is finnished.. how are you timing the file copying and the calling of the wsf? is the wsf dependent on the files being copied?
Answered 07/05/2005 by: rikx2
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