<runProgram>
  <abortOnError>0</abortOnError>
  <program>${installdir.dos}/u1sdtool</program>
  <programArguments>-q</programArguments>
</runProgram>

This seems pretty simple. It says run u1sdtool with the -q argument and do not abort if there is an error. When running, I get an error that the system cannot find the path specified, which is accurate and expected in the current case, and then it aborts, but it should not abort if specified not to abort.

asked 29 Jan '13, 16:20

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Is the command aborting (exiting the installer, for example) or only showing an error? If it is the later, you will need to also set <showMessageOnError>0</showMessageOnError>

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answered 29 Jan '13, 16:24

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It is aborting.

(29 Jan '13, 16:34) briancurtin

Could you execute the installer as:

installer --debugtrace debug.txt

And send us the generated file to support@bitrock.com?

(29 Jan '13, 16:56) juanjo ♦♦

Do I need to enable anything when building the installer? Running that command creates no debug.txt file.

(29 Jan '13, 17:27) briancurtin
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