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Best practice in Application Repackaaging

01/24/2012 2327 views
Hi friends

I have a Query in Best practicing of the application packaging..Why we go for best practice and need of best practice and if there any Best practice PPT please let me know ....and i need some Doc related best Practicing of application Repackaging,....
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Just typed in Google ... got some hundreds of link for best practice in application packaging.....

Although here some for you ....

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I hope this would help you to get things in ur plate...

After reading these link you might get answer for Why need of best Practice....
Answered 01/24/2012 by: mahendraKumar
Senior Yellow Belt

If you do not follow traffic rules, it does not mean you will meet with an accident everytime.......but it is best practice to follow rules, so that you can reach to your destination safely...
Answered 01/25/2012 by: MadForMsi
Blue Belt

Lets start with what have you researched and found out?
Answered 01/25/2012 by: Timanator
Third Degree Blue Belt

When it comes to MSI repackaging everything is based on Windows Installer so Microsoft's Roadmap to Windows Installer Documentation is the most important 'best practice'. Take your time to get familiar with Windows Installer and MSI packages. You might want to start by studying MSI structure, Packages, Features, Components and Component Rules, GUID's, Key Paths, Sequences, Standard Actions, Shortcuts, Files, Registry Settings...
Answered 01/25/2012 by: mikkojarvinen
Senior Yellow Belt

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