Hi,

Since I added new releases to my installation I have problems to compile my installation package.

Any changes that I do at the source paths cause the installation to fail during compilation

Does any one knows WHY?
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Hi,

I checked it out and it seems that my installation works properly if and only if I comile all the releases at the same time....[8|]

I don't know why yet (WISE bug???) but when I tries to compile only specific release it failes if there is missing file (the wildcard ability is lost...)

Does anyone familiar with this problem??
Answered 04/18/2006 by: Emil
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Emil did you added the wise workbench to your installation..we ran into similar issue, our fix was installation workbench... or you could be missing some other wise components also.... try that
Answered 04/19/2006 by: aa006
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Hi,

I don't know what you mean. I will be grateful if you guide me through [8|]
Answered 04/20/2006 by: Emil
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Did you added the full wise install ? or just custom
Answered 04/20/2006 by: aa006
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check the WiseSourcePath table. check that the paths to your new resources are correct.

Check this out:

http://itninja.com/blog/view/7.8-gigabyte-size-limit-in-nt''s-ntfs0
Answered 04/20/2006 by: dm1
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Thanks you all, But...

The problem that I have is a little bit different: I'm using few releases.

for example: if you build regular installation package you can set wildcard as *.* then, every time you compile your WSI file it adjust itself to the changes that made at the file source path.

But(!!), when you start using 2 or more releases in your setup the WSI package no longer succeed to adjust itself to file changes (meaning that, if you remove/add file the installation file will not adjust itself to the changes that you made.)

It is important to add that the compliation is through the command line and I choose the release simply by /c="ReleaseName"
Answered 04/20/2006 by: Emil
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you really should be logging this with altiris if you're having problems with the app.
Answered 04/24/2006 by: aogilmor
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