UDSMR UDS-PROR Software

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The client installation was built with InstallShield 8.2. I used the legacy setup conversion tool (in Wise 7.2) to rebuild the vendors MSI. While this tool populated the values of the properties with the correct GUID's it was not a clean conversion!

The following custom actions needed to be deleted from the CustomAction, InstallExecuteSequence, InstallUISequence, AdminExecuteSequence, AdminUISequence, tables if present. These all reference a source of the ISSScriptBridge.dll associated with the InstallShield script engine in the CustoAction table.

ISVerifyScripotingRuntime
ISStartup
OnCheckSilentInstall
OnGeneratingMSIScript
OnMoving
OnFeaturesInstalling
OnInstallFilesActionBefore
OnInstallFilesActionAfter
OnFeaturesInstalled
OnMoved
OnGeneratedMSIScript
ISRebootPatchHandler


In the Execute Immediate portion of the script there is the following IF test
(Not VersionNT=502) And
(MDAC28INSTVER<MDAC28_SETUP_VER) And
($MDAC28DummyComponent.E7D6BCFA_9BFA_49D4_A1EE_767B7FD61E38=3)
And
(MDAC28_INSTALL_SEQ="EXEC") And
(MDAC28_REBOOT_NOW="1") And Not
(AFTERREBOOT)

To circumvent this I set the Property MDAC_REBOOT_NOW equal to AFTERREBOOT

FEATURES – I made the MDAC2_8 feature unavailable.

Properties
ALLUSERS=1
REBOOT=ReallySuppress

Why not build a response file and add a property of ISSetupDriven=1? My client wants a clean install with the deployment process responsible for distributing standard versions of dependencies / shared resources like MDAC and .NetFramework and not applications. It's a managed environment.
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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117
Note
The client installation was built with InstallShield 8.2. I used the legacy setup conversion tool (in Wise 7.2) to rebuild the vendors MSI. While this tool populated the values of the properties with the correct GUID's it was not a clean conversion!

The following custom actions needed to be deleted from the CustomAction, InstallExecuteSequence, InstallUISequence, AdminExecuteSequence, AdminUISequence, tables if present. These all reference a source of the ISSScriptBridge.dll associated with the InstallShield script engine in the CustoAction table.

ISVerifyScripotingRuntime
ISStartup
OnCheckSilentInstall
OnGeneratingMSIScript
OnMoving
OnFeaturesInstalling
OnInstallFilesActionBefore
OnInstallFilesActionAfter
OnFeaturesInstalled
OnMoved
OnGeneratedMSIScript
ISRebootPatchHandler


In the Execute Immediate portion of the script there is the following IF test
(Not VersionNT=502) And
(MDAC28INSTVER<MDAC28_SETUP_VER) And
($MDAC28DummyComponent.E7D6BCFA_9BFA_49D4_A1EE_767B7FD61E38=3)
And
(MDAC28_INSTALL_SEQ="EXEC") And
(MDAC28_REBOOT_NOW="1") And Not
(AFTERREBOOT)

To circumvent this I set the Property MDAC_REBOOT_NOW equal to AFTERREBOOT

FEATURES – I made the MDAC2_8 feature unavailable.

Properties
ALLUSERS=1
REBOOT=ReallySuppress

Why not build a response file and add a property of ISSetupDriven=1? My client wants a clean install with the deployment process responsible for distributing standard versions of dependencies / shared resources like MDAC and .NetFramework and not applications. It's a managed environment.
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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UDS-PROR Software

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4.0.0.0

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Uninstall String

C:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallShield\Driver\8\Intel 32\IDriver.exe /M{3367BBF5-0CD4-4F65-B446-018C774DB1B7}

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