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Custom Action Failing

Custom Action Failing

Custom Action Failing

(OP)
Hi,

I am using a custom action to run the unwise installer but it keeps failing,

I am using Execute from path

I have entered the following:
property:    %comspec
command line:    /c c:\program files\sybase\olbooks\unwise.exe /s c:\program
files\sybase\olbooks\install.log

(I am using normal execute immediate/deffered and running just before
install finalize)

I also tried running as a batch file and entered following:
property:    %comspec
command line:    uninstall.bat

uninstall.bat = c:\program files\sybase\olbooks\unwise.exe /s c:\program
files\sybase\olbooks\install.log
The CA shell's out but the batch file fails to run

If I change the batch file so uninstall.bat = echo c:\program
files\sybase\olbooks\unwise.exe /s c:\program
files\sybase\olbooks\install.log > c:\uninst.bat, the batch file runs fine,
if I then run c:\uninst.bat that the CA created the uninstall works fine??

I can't understand whats wrong as I always use similar CA's without
trouble...

Regards,
Tony

RE: Custom Action Failing

Did you tried to quote the files you want to run, because of the space between Program Files?

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