SO, I am creating an installer for a piece of software that requires other software to be installed. This is already available and packaged in an MSI file, and I know the command to run to install it. 'msiexec /i myprog.msi /passive (could do /q for quiet here if thats better...) INSTALLDIR=....'
How do I package the MSI with my Installer, and then make sure that it gets copied to a directory so that I can run the msiexec command.
Sorry if this is common knowledge, but I am new to InstallBuilder...
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asked 28 Jun '12, 16:53
I found a solution to install .msi's (Python and Perl) and answered my own question here:
I think you're close. I believe the some options (/I and /L) are case-sensitive, which is unusual for Microsoft. Try this, I rearranged your command line to match the one that works for me:
answered 04 Jul '12, 23:27
If the msi is packed in the installer, you could either execute your code in the
answered 02 Jul '12, 05:15