Error 2602

Hi all,

I have an application which is vendor msi (Office Compatibility Pack) with patch.
When I tried to aip the patched msi using the command line msiexec /a <msi>, I encounter an "Error 2602: The File table entry '<Filename>' has no associated entry in the Media table."

I cheked the Media Table of msi and the Last Sequence was 72 which is also the last sequence for the file in the File Table. I found out that the file pointing to that error has a sequence of 5005.
I tried to absent the component of the said file and readd also the file also but still the error occurs.

What would be the possible solution for this?
Thanks in advance [:)]


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Posted by: MsiCreator 13 years ago
Senior Yellow Belt
Hi Can u check presence of file in a loose folder.
Posted by: anonymous_9363 13 years ago
Red Belt
Presumably you're referring to the "Compatibility Pack for the 2007 Office system"? The MSI I have has only 71 files and no reference to a file with a sequence number of 5005. Have you added a file via a transform? If so, that is the likely culprit.
Posted by: tinkerbell 13 years ago
Senior Yellow Belt
Hi vbscab,

Yes, I'm referring to the Compatibility Pack for the 2007 Office system.
I didn't add files via transform. The patch has added the said files with sequence number of 5005 and up which is not referencing to the last sequence which is 72.
The msi has only 72 files which is also its last sequence.

Now, I just modified the files' sequence to 72 via transform and the error was resolved and aip was also successful. Is it ok to have files with the same sequence?

Thanks :)

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