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Calling .NET Installer Assemblys from Wise (Custom Action?)

Calling .NET Installer Assemblys from Wise (Custom Action?)

Calling .NET Installer Assemblys from Wise (Custom Action?)

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Ive been looking for some toturials or other form of help on the above topic... but no luck as of yet...

So i wondered if enyone could help me out...
Im use to the Build in VS2005 Installer Projects where you can Create custom actions and call installer classes written in .NET(C# fx)... where the 4 methods, Install, Commit, Rollback and Uninstall is implemented...

Now i wan't to see if i can't do that in some way from a Wise Installer as well (V. 6.2)
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RE: Calling .NET Installer Assemblys from Wise (Custom Action?)

Did you find out if it was possible to run the installer classes from Wise? If so, how is it done?

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