I have a application that came with a MSI package but using the MSI package it does NOT install the active x Component of the appication. How can i get the active x component to install with the MSI?
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If the Active X component is with msi and it is set for installation and register, it should happen. You can generate log and figure out if the component/ feature is getting installed or not. There could be some condition based on which installation happens.
Answered 06/06/2011 by: murali.bhat
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...or perhaps you mean that the component gets installed but doesn't get registered properly, resulting in a '429' error when the application tried to use the object? If so, it's probably because the package has a dependency on some other component which is missing, an indication of poor package design.
Answered 06/07/2011 by: VBScab
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