Hi Guys,

I have created a transform for vendor msi solid works and when i try to install it throws an error unable o find appropriate resource dll.

Any help???
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Gday adaptability

I'd suggest doing a log of the installation (msiexec /i %pathtomsi% TANSFORMS=%pathtomst% /L*v %pathtolog%) and do a search in there, should give you more ideas about what the dll is, where it is looking for it, and perhaps if a custom action is being called or something.

Rgds

Paul
Answered 11/15/2004 by: plangton
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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the suggestion.I have tried using almost all parameter in creating the logfiles l*v to l*e

Any more suggestion?

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Answered 11/16/2004 by: adaptability
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SEARCH FOR THE MISSING DLL IN YOUR TABLES.

U CAN "MERGE" OR "COMBINE" YOUR MSI WITH THE MST YOU HAVE TRANSFORMED USING ORCA. AFTEWARDS, USE MSIDIFF TO COMPARE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE VENDOR'S MSI AND THE NEW MSI YOU HAVE TRANSFORMED.
Answered 11/16/2004 by: oofemioo
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The easiest way to find out what the differences between the vendor msi and your TRANSFORM is using Orca:
open the vendor msi with Orca --> on the menu go to --> Transform --> apply Transform --> Now you can see the changes you have made --> You can easily find out what is wrong in the tables.
Answered 11/22/2004 by: ses
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