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Web service deployment project is making a .msm instead of .msi

Hello,

I made a deployment project to install a web service I made. I had to
include a merge module for a Ibm database package.

My deployment project is producing a .MSM file in my release directory
instead of a .MSI file that I can use to install my web service.

How do I change the setup so that it produces a .msi for me ?

Jul 9 '06 #1
1 1446
Have you installed the latest Windows Installer in your machine?

The latest Windows installer gives the .MSI file by default.

"ac****@yahoo.com" wrote:
Hello,

I made a deployment project to install a web service I made. I had to
include a merge module for a Ibm database package.

My deployment project is producing a .MSM file in my release directory
instead of a .MSI file that I can use to install my web service.

How do I change the setup so that it produces a .msi for me ?

Jul 13 '06 #2

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