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How to handleCombobox Property?

I am working on vendor msi... And during installation, a window appears in which some information needs to fill(Name, Company name e.t.c). But there are 2 combobox (One is for selecting country and other to select State). I need to select Switzerland. When I select switzerlan, The STATE combobox will convert into a Textbox where I need to fill VAUD. But After adding the properties in .mst. But when I am instaling that mst its not selecting the COUNTRY and STATE values. What to do? I have taken gap capture but nothing had been found.

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Posted by: Mikeferandozz 11 years ago
Yellow Belt
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Might be it is changing the property at runtime,
Take log file while you are installing msi using l*v and check complete log whether it is changing the property at runtime.
Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
Red Belt
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Equally, there may be a Custom Action other than a Type 51 setting the property, perhaps in a function call to a custom DLL. Vendors don't always use obvious names for these so tracking it down might be a problem.

BTW, this forum deals with errors returned by the Windows Installer engine (see the 'MSI Errors' link above for examples of those), rather than with stuff which doesn't work as expected. In future, please use the 'Package Development' forum.
Posted by: vmnit 11 years ago
Third Degree Blue Belt
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In Log file its taking the Country as Switzerland but not getting reflected in installation window....
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