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I have 3 MSI files that i am trying to bundled into 1 Msi. Wondering whats the best way to create a single package & also if it's not a good practise should i still take that approach or just run them through a batch file?
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I have 3 MSI files that i am trying to bundled into 1 MsiUnless you're using the new chaining functions in WI v4.5 and higher, this won't work. Use an EXE or, as you say, a batch file/script.
Answered 11/23/2010 by: VBScab
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the chaining function is definately the go. It does require either C++ or C# the later dependant on NetFX.

Both require Windows Installer 4.5 so either way is quite a task. If your in an SDLC shop then I would research these methods. If your in corporate deployment write the script as suggested or use your deployment tool to handle it.
Answered 11/25/2010 by: jmcfadyen
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