Hey All,

Although there have been rumblings for quite some time, the Wise Package Studio is bowing out with a tip of the hat to Installsheild .

I've always felt that this phenomenon occured due to the exceptional usability of Wise Script. I'm glad to see that Wise Script appears, for the time being, to be a key retained functionality for the planned merge of Wise Package Studio into AdminStudio.

Does anyone wants add further on this?

Thanks,
-MST
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ORIGINAL: mstegginamani

Hey All,

Although there have been rumblings for quite some time, the Wise Package Studio is bowing out with a tip of the hat to Installsheild .

I've always felt that this phenomenon occured due to the exceptional usability of Wise Script.  I'm glad to see that Wise Script appears, for the time being, to be a key retained functionality for the planned merge of Wise Package Studio into AdminStudio.

Does anyone wants add further on this?

Thanks,
-MST



If I am to be totally honest, the demise of Wise Script (and InstallScript for that matter) cannot come soon enough for me.

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Answered 11/04/2011 by: spartacus
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the exceptional usability of Wise ScriptAn oxymoron, if ever there was one.
Answered 11/04/2011 by: VBScab
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Personally, I like Wise Script (SMS Installer). I used it for a lot of things like the automation of installing multiples of apps, configuring the OS, simple PE menu, deploying apps through SMS 2.0/2003, etc... But I never used it for what it was intended like creating software packages. Sure its not as powerful as VBScript, but it was what I had and it was pretty easy to learn.

Just my opinion.
Answered 11/04/2011 by: jmaclaurin
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