MSI Editing with ORCA


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jp2msft

I need to add a second License Agreement to a Microsoft Installer (msi file).

Someone told me that I should post a message about this in a deployment
group, but I have not received any responses for over 4 days.

Could someone tell me how to edit an MSI file with orca (or anything else)
so that my installer can contain 2 license agreements?

I'm really stumped on this, and the deadline is getting closer.
 
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Kerem Gümrükcü

Hi,

why do you want to use two license agreements? Cant you just include
both in one file and seperate them by e.g. a header or line? What is the
Intention you want to follow by doing this?


Grüße

Kerem
 
J

jp2msft

One reason: The Customer Said So.

Kerem Gümrükcü said:
Hi,

why do you want to use two license agreements? Cant you just include
both in one file and seperate them by e.g. a header or line? What is the
Intention you want to follow by doing this?


Grüße

Kerem



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K

Kerem Gümrükcü

Hi,

well, than you should talk to your customer and
tell him, that this is really not common practise
to do so. You are the expert and you should tell him
that this is not good. I m ean does your application
install two different modules/applications with different
licenses or what? Can your application skip one piece and
still work without the other and vice versa?


Regards

Kerem
 
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