Hi,

Is that ok if we compile .mst? Because i am getting a .cab file after compiling even though i didn't add any file to the .mst.

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You can open the cab file and check what files got merged to it. Cross check those files with you MST.

What is the Editor you are using.

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Santro
Answered 10/08/2008 by: zipsantro
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Hi Santro,

i checked the cab files which seems to be same as that of the existing cab file. is there any diff b/w save and compile of the msi.

i am using wise package studio 7

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Answered 10/08/2008 by: anitha_accen
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There is no difference between save & compile for an MSI or MST in Wise Pasckage Studio.
Answered 10/08/2008 by: zipsantro
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The confusion arises due to the idleness of Wise's developers. Any developer with half a brain would rename and/or hide the buttons according to what project type is in place. One can 'Save' a WSI without compiling it to an MSI, whereas an MSI/MST will only ever 'Compile'.
Answered 10/08/2008 by: VBScab
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i think perhaps all the good developers they had have moved on .. the product hasn't moved much of late.

although this new SVS thingo seems to be a dramatic leap into the past its hard to tell.
Answered 10/13/2008 by: jmcfadyen
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i think perhaps all the good developers they had have moved on ..
John, my point was that, if they had been any good (or, more likely, better at arguing the case with the marketing drones and/or management), there would have been some logic in the appearance and naming of the buttons.
Answered 10/14/2008 by: VBScab
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