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[font="microsoft sans serif"]i am doing .net frame work 2.0 packaging ,during dry run i found out One msi named netfx.msi and an exe install.exe,so when i try to install msi it gives an error that it requires install.exe to be present .i created mst using wise and added the property ISSETUPDRIVEN =1,but still it shows same error ...do i have to repackage entire .net exe r any other solution please do reply ,
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I do think you're mixing a few things up.. That is, you're confusing Installshield msi's with the dotnet framework.. My suggestion; read up on both, using the search on this site..
Answered 11/01/2007 by: neo2000
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this should be very straight forward. have a look at your launch conditions with any refs to setup.exe and also you can check your customs actions remembering to delete from the installexecutesequence table if that is necessary
Answered 11/01/2007 by: cygan
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It is *generally* considered to be A Bad Thing to re-package any app which is supplied in MSI form.
Answered 11/01/2007 by: VBScab
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