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Hi Folks,

Does anyone know how to disable a package's repairing functionality in InstallShield DevStudio 9? Thanks a bunch.
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Why on earth would you want to do that? Something tells me you're taking a bad direction to resolve an issue. Back to the question. Why do you want to disable self repair?
Answered 01/18/2005 by: VikingLoki
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I know that it's a little out there to do, but i have packages that don't install any files locally, just setup registry components for the application, and shortcuts. I have been running into an issue with the package trying to self-repair itself.

But as of now i've removed the HKCU registry entries that were captured and it looks like my issue is for the most part resolved.
Answered 01/18/2005 by: potatoes
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Hi Potatoes,

Its as easy as dont set the keypath to any of the components.If you do not want only a prticular resource not to repair then move that component to a new feature.

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Answered 01/18/2005 by: adaptability
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Yeah i thought maybe there was a different way, perhaps a preference setting or something to the likes.
Answered 02/04/2005 by: potatoes
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