So I’ve been working in one organization for several years now where we’ve had installers for Wise Package Studio 7.0 SP3 (and 8.0 for that matter) which simply installs the WSP client without the need to configure a database server/Wise Repository Manager. The organization did not use a Share Point/Database at all.

Now that I’ve left that organization and working elsewhere I’ve been given a new Wise serial and downloaded the Wise Package Studio client from the official website. However, I now notice that the installers force you to install a server and configure Share Point and database. What the hell is this? I just want to install the basic freaking client so I can do a simple capture.

So I’ve found instructions on the web telling me how to set it up properly, but really I don’t want to do this every single time I want to create a new WSP package machine.

Does anyone know how to install WSP without this mumbo jumbo Wise Share Point and database? I’m frustrated because this should not be that difficult, it should just be install->BAM I’m up and running.
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Oh so now I feel stupid, I guess the difference is Professional versus Standard Edition. The reason I was confused was I was convinced that the organization I worked with previously had PRO licenses. I guess I was wrong.

Either way, even with a PRO license there should be a way to install using the same method as the Standard Edition. Hmm, probably can hack this by looking at the custom actions that run and such and figuring out what it runs when installing with a Standard key and compare that with the installation that runs with a PRO key.
Answered 10/24/2010 by: dreyer
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