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Hi
I am installing Rational Robot(msi).While installing this msi ,I get a message box prompting me to run ISScript.msi prior to this installation.
ISScript is available as isscript1050.msi

So i tried the following

In CustomAction table add

Actions | Type| Source | Target |
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Install_ISScript | 23 | isscript1050.msi | |
UnInstall_ISScript | 23 | isscript1050.msi | REMOVE="ALL" |

in InstallExecuteSequence table add

Actions | Condition | Sequence |
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Install_ISScript | Not Installed | 6700 |
UnInstall_ISScript | REMOVE="ALL" | 1402 |

BUT STILL I AM GETTING THE SAME MESSAGE BOX .
Want to know if the rows added r incorrect..

Pls help..
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what packaging tools are you using
Answered 10/24/2007 by: cygan
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have a look at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306439

and you can also go to www.wise.com go to the support/ knowledge base and type in nested msi

i have created lots of nested msi's with no problems at all

hope this helps

cheers
Answered 10/24/2007 by: cygan
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hi cygan
i am using Installshield..
Answered 10/24/2007 by: ycanti
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Is this a repackaged MSI or vendor's? If the latter then usually when there is a'ISScript' file this means ther is also a setup.exe wrapper that calls the main MSI file. IF that is the case just use the setup.exe and use the /v option to send MSI commands to the installation.

To perform an unattended installation using a Basic MSI installer, you provide the /s /v"..." switches, where ... represents any additional switches you want to pass down to msiexec. These should include the /qb (or /qn) switch to make the installation non-interactive, so a minimal invocation would be: setup.exe /s /v"/qb"

Hope that helps..
Answered 10/24/2007 by: Coriolus
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This is ridiculously well documented in the forum and in articles. Please use search.
Answered 10/26/2007 by: turbokitty
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Hi ycanti,
please refrain from posting the same question twice!!
Gave you already the solution on the other thread, you asked this:
http://itninja.com/question/adding-.msi-to-existing-msi?

Regards, Nick
Answered 10/27/2007 by: nheim
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