I am in process of creating patch which will delete files(keypath of few components) from base package.
During installaing patch from commandline REINSTALL=ALL is not working.
Even on launching the application package is not getting reinstalled.
Please refer below related log

MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Feature: DirXDiscover; Installed: Advertise; Request: Local; Action: Local
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: dxdpdata.ocx_COM; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: dxdatm.dll_COM; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: dxdui.dll_COM; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: orgd.exe_COM; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: _2hlp4hlp.cnt; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: IniFileEntries; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: atmclass.ini; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: Folder_DirXDiscover; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: dingo.dll; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null
MSI (s) (70:E0) [15:02:15:937]: Component: dingo_checks_v10.dll; Installed: Local; Request: Null; Action: Null

Kindly help me in resolving the issue.

Thanks in advance



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- Is your patch built as an MSP or a new MSI?
- Please post the command line you're using.
- Are you treating this as (what MSDN calls) a small update, a minor upgrade or major upgrade?
- Did you change the ProductCode or PackageCode?
Answered 02/16/2010 by: VBScab
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I am creating an MSP.
msiexec /qb! ALLUSERS=1 /p "Patch/patch.MSP" REINSTALLMODE=omus REINSTALL=ALL

I can treat this as minor upgrade.

I have not change productcode or packagecode.
Answered 02/16/2010 by: navnathz
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How is the engine going to know what to patch? You need to include the ProductCode of the product you're patching:msiexec {ProductCode} /qb! ALLUSERS=1 /p "Patch/patch.MSP" REINSTALLMODE=omus REINSTALL=ALL
Answered 02/16/2010 by: VBScab
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