But one of my main testers is my brother-in-law :- who's a lawyer and he doesn't have Access on his home computer. A fully qualified pathname must be specified. But the sample Inno Setup script to install A97 Runtime has 1400 lines of code - I don't have the time nor expertise to wade through that. If False is returned then ResultCode specifies the error that occurred. This will be executed at compile time.
This is the default behavior in a 32-bit mode install. Scott, thanks for checking in. The user can uncheck or check this checkbox and thereby choose whether this entry should be processed or not. Do not include quotes in the Filename parameter; the function will add them automatically. Bill, Look at this way.
If this flag is specified and the system is running Windows Vista or later, the spawned process will execute with the normally non-elevated credentials of the user that started Setup initially i. I had to do the same execute command line calls and get the result and came up with a more general solution. Instructs Setup to skip this entry if Setup is not running very silent. This flag cannot be combined with the shellexec flag. This description depends on the type of the entry normal or shellexec. See Pascal Scripting: Scripted Constants: The.
It's extremely powerful but you have to know some scripting. When you say start at 40, are you referring to Office11 growing to Office40? From that point you could decide whether to install your Runtime or not. A fully qualified pathname must be specified. The picture has been created with the script wizard. This description is used for entries with the postinstall flag. The WorkingDir parameter can be an empty string, in which case it will try to extract a pathname from the Filename parameter and use that as the initial current directory for the process. You can also check if the file exists with the FileExists function before you try to execute it.
Maybe I'll un-check it and see if there are any hiccups. I haven't a found a CreateProcess instruction in Innosetup. This parameter can include constants. Your Inno file will still need to check for and install other items. What's wrong with copying the dao360. Any non-zero exit code indicates that Setup was not run to completion. The information contained in the log file is technical in nature and therefore not intended to be understandable by end users.
Best How To : It was meant that you don't need to create and execute a batch script with a single command , nor execute the tool through the command prompt like shown below : Exec 'cmd. Just found out that Tony Toews has an ms access 2000 Runtime script for Inno Setup at his web site it should be in the link for 3rd party utilities, but I can't get into the link probably because of my firewall ; you might want to try if you are interested. I can handle this but I don't think I can cook up an Inno Setup script for Access Runtime this weekend. It will not overwrite or append to existing files. It had to be changed due to Mediawiki's restriction of not allowing certain characters in article names. I'm working on an Inno Setup installer, which calls net use to connect to a shared server. You may have a valid need for it, but in general this isn't needed.
I am using Inno SetUp last version to run the installation of my program. Remarks: This function is not supported at uninstall time. If a file with the specified name already exists it will be overwritten. This can be a helpful debugging aid. This could be completely off base, but it sounds pretty good. A complete answer may not be necessary, if I just had some further hint as to what to look for, that would probably be good enough. Security metadata about a file in Windows would be meaningless in, for example, a Linux environment,.
I didn't realize it would be this tricky but that's the way it is. Of course, when I want execute a file different from exe or batch, use Shellexec. Do you wish to continue? Try our newsletter Sign up for our newsletter and get our top new questions delivered to your inbox. In this case the installer would terminate as soon as the user presses the 'Finished' button. To open a file with a particular file name extension with its associated executable module have a look at. The file will be opened with the application associated with the file type on the user's system, the same way it would be if the user double-clicked the file in Explorer.
Multiple options may be used by separating them by spaces. I'm using this with tasklist and taskkill to detect and kill a running app during installation and uninstallation. I did some quick research on the Inno Setup web site archives on Access Runtime. Other solutions would require some assembler code to make it work. If a file with the specified name already exists it will be overwritten.
You can workaround that by adding only three inputs using the. I will just have to hold off on SageKey, but it sounds like that's the real answer. So, I recognize that there may be issues but it's relatively low priority now well, at least until someone's Access goes haywire due to conflicting versions. First introduced in Inno Setup 5. This is the closest thing I found to inno on that page - Inno Freeware with several scripts on the net.