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I have created a MST for Java successfully, but want to get rid of the shortcut it creates on the start menu.
Yet I cannot find a shortcut created in the MST. The shortcut is called the Java Web Start Application Manager in the Start --> Programs Menu.

Thanx[:o]
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edit the MSI with WinInstall LE or something like that and delete the shortcut. Then repackage the MSI
Answered 08/05/2004 by: PatB
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Open your MST, go to the Custom Actions gui or table and look for a "Call DLL From Installation", with a name like "CreateJavaWSStartMenuicon", comment it out or remove it.
At least this is what I found with JRE 1.4.2_05-B4.
HTH[:D]
Answered 08/05/2004 by: WiseMonkey3
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Yeah Sun Java MSIs are basically EXE installers wrapped in a MSI. Almost everything is done with a custom action.
Answered 08/05/2004 by: kkaminsk
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Hi,
Removing the CreateJavaWSStartMenuicon entry under Custom Action sorted it out.
Spot on gents

[8D] Carlo
Answered 08/10/2004 by: cduplessis
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