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Hi,

I needed some help in the installer. I have a project and nw i decided
to create a Installer for this project. I wanted to create a file in
this Installer. I have a override function for the installer. Nw i
have written a code to create a file in this override function for
install. But this code doesn't work and i am not able to create any
file. But i don't get any exceptions whn i execute the the code and run
the installer. I needed to know whether i am misssing somethig.. and is
it the right process..

Thanks for the help...

Regards,
Govardhana

Nov 6 '06 #1
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Hi Vadym,

I followed the same procedure, but still i couldn't create a file and i
don't get any exception when i install the application. I feel i am
missing out something, can any one tell me a procedure to be followed
for the file creation the overided install function of the Dotnet
Window Application Installer.

Regards,
Govardhana

Vadym Stetsyak wrote:
Hello, apondu!

Are you using VS deployment project?

If it is so then have a look how custom actions are
added to this install project

( http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...2d(VS.80).aspx )
( http://www.codeproject.com/dotnet/Se...Deployment.asp )
aI needed some help in the installer. I have a project and nw i
adecided
ato create a Installer for this project. I wanted to create a file in
athis Installer. I have a override function for the installer. Nw i
ahave written a code to create a file in this override function for
ainstall. But this code doesn't work and i am not able to create any
afile. But i don't get any exceptions whn i execute the the code and
arun
athe installer. I needed to know whether i am misssing somethig.. and
ais
ait the right process..

aThanks for the help...

aRegards,
aGovardhana
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Regards, Vadym Stetsyak
www: http://vadmyst.blogspot.com
Nov 7 '06 #2

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