I'm repackaging an Oracle 10g client and am getting error 2343 when testing the install. I've done a search on this site and checked the Directory Table but I can't see anything unusual. Below is the last few lines of my MSI log file. I'm using Wise PS Pro 5.5. Any help is appreciated!

MSI (s) (C8:40) [13:48:30:202]: Executing op: FolderCreate(Folder=C:\oracle\product\10.2.0\client_1\perl\site\5.8.3\lib\MSWin32-x86-multi-thread\auto\Win32API\File\,Foreign=0,)
CreateFolders: Folder: C:\oracle\product\10.2.0\client_1\perl\site\5.8.3\lib\MSWin32-x86-multi-thread\auto\Win32API\File\
MSI (s) (C8:40) [13:48:30:281]: Executing op: FolderCreate(,Foreign=0,)
MSI (s) (C8:40) [13:48:30:281]: Note: 1: 2343
DEBUG: Error 2343: Specified path is empty.
DEBUG: Error 2835: The control ErrorIcon was not found on dialog ErrorDialog
Internal Error 2835. ErrorIcon, ErrorDialog
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Got it,
I did a "Find Errors" in the enitire database and found some bogus entries in the CreateFolders Table.
Answered 08/28/2007 by: stilmas
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I've seen this with Wise package Studio (WPS)-produced MSIs. Occasionally, WPS will omit the long portion of a directory name. Typically, in the Directory table, you'll see the shortname without the long name added e.g "CLIENT~1". It should look like this: "CLIENT~1|Client Access". Thanks to the 'Full directory' view of the Directory table in Setup Editor, it should jump out at you if you sort the table (by clicking the top of the column), because you'll see something like this:

Program Files\IBM
Program Files\IBM\Client Access
Program Files\IBM\Client Access\JRE
Program Files\IBM\CLIENT~1\JRE\Fonts <=== WPS cock-up
Program Files\IBM\Client Access\Setup
Program Files\IBM\Client Access\Zip
Answered 09/06/2007 by: VBScab
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