View Full Version : What is DetectWantedSoftware and CheckPendingFileRenameOperations?

01-13-2010, 05:05 AM
Below is the snapshot of the log file that was generated after the installation of our sotware.
Action start 16:53:25: DetectWantedSoftware.9CED35E4_C9E6_11D3_9833_00A0C9DA4FE9.
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: CheckJavaSDKVersion: No Java SDK detected
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: ASP.NET: Installed Version is '2.0.50727.0', Required Version is ''
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: ASP.NET: Using v2.0.50727.0
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: .NET Framework: Installed Version is '2.0.50727.3053', Required Version is ''
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: .NET Framework: v2.0.50727.3053 meets version requirements
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: myMsiSetDirectory: Setting Directory FRONTPAGEPATH.9885AA60_26D9_11D4_9127_00902741EDC6 = c:\program files\microsoft office\Templates\1033\webs
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: [ResolvePath] BEFORE Format: Buffer in='[CommonFilesFolder]System\ole db\msolap.dll', Path=''
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: [ResolvePath] AFTER Format: Buffer in='[CommonFilesFolder]System\ole db\msolap.dll', Path='C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\ole db\msolap.dll'
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: Found file 'C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\ole db\msolap.dll'
1/5/2010, 16:53:25: CheckPendingFileRenameOperations: failed to read registry value
Action ended 16:53:25: DetectWantedSoftware.9CED35E4_C9E6_11D3_9833_00A0C9DA4FE9. Return value 1.
Can anyone explain me the the following:
1.From where the 'DetectWantedSoftware' action occur, It is not there in the sequence of my ism file?
2. What does the GUID '9CED35E4_C9E6_11D3_9833_00A0C9DA4FE9' represent?
3. I do not have any pre-requisite for .Net, JavaSDKversion, MSOLAP. Why is it checking for that?
4. What does 'CheckPendingFileRenameOperations' mean?
5. What registry 'failed to read registry value' refer to, and what is the impact of it in my installation? As i am not seeing any impact of it in my installation.

01-13-2010, 03:13 PM
The format of Name.GUID tends to indicate an entry that came from a merge module; the GUID is part of its module ID. Searching for that GUID, I'm not certain, but I think it may be part of Crystal Reports. Perhaps knowing that is enough to answer your questions, but if not you will probably have to ask the author of the merge module. Regardless, the last quoted line says "Return value 1" which indicates the action reported success, so there's unlikely to be a problem here.