My question is conecering etrust8.
According to guidlines here at Appdeploy im suppose to add a porperty to the mst
SET INO_ICFFILE = Path to inoc6_icf file

I want to make a property so i dont have to set a [directory path] to the inoc6.icf file.
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Try [#inoc6_icf], not sure if it will work in the property table tho...

See http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa368609.aspx for more info
Answered 04/24/2007 by: fuz_kitten
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This do not work
Answered 04/24/2007 by: Bankeralle
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Try "set property" in the custom action in msi script execute immediate, i think after cost initialize.
Answered 04/24/2007 by: bheers
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Hi Kaare,
you need to open your MSI file in ORCA. Set the readonly flag to the file before opening it.
Then choose Transform -- New Transform.
Now go to the Property table and put the cursor into the right pane.
Select Add Row from the context menu.
Now you can add the property and its value. After OKing it, you got a new line with a green boundary.
Save the MST with Transform -- Generate Transform...

Now you start it like this msiexec /i your.msi TRANSFORMS=your.mst /q[b/n]
Thats it.

Regards, Nick
Answered 04/25/2007 by: nheim
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setting a property at costinitialise wont help alot as the costing phase is where most properties get resolved.

as such it would only be overwritten by normal costing processes.

after costfinalise would be more appropriate.

however in this case I believe you are trying to set a directory to another location in which case a set directory CA may be a better solution.
Answered 04/26/2007 by: jmcfadyen
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