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NewsArchive
12-06-2001, 01:00 AM
I am attempting to change the path for the install of Access 2000. I have
the Access2000.msm dated 9/4/01 and Developer 7.01. If I do not create the
ACCESS2000INSTALLLOCATION property, the runtime installs correctly to the
default location. If I create the property ACCESS2000INSTALLLOCATION in the
Property managaer or by using MsiSetProperty (I did this in the before move
data, on moving function) The runtime does not install at all. Any
suggestions?
Does it matter where I call MsiSetProperty?

Jeff Leiner

NewsArchive
12-07-2001, 01:00 AM
Jeff Leiner:

I am sending you a new version of this Merge Module to try.

Hope this helps,
Mike Marino


"Jeff L @ptd.net>" <jleiner<NoSpam> wrote in message
news:3c0ff157$1@news.installshield.com...
> I am attempting to change the path for the install of Access 2000. I have
> the Access2000.msm dated 9/4/01 and Developer 7.01. If I do not create
the
> ACCESS2000INSTALLLOCATION property, the runtime installs correctly to the
> default location. If I create the property ACCESS2000INSTALLLOCATION in
the
> Property managaer or by using MsiSetProperty (I did this in the before
move
> data, on moving function) The runtime does not install at all. Any
> suggestions?
> Does it matter where I call MsiSetProperty?
>
> Jeff Leiner
>
>

NewsArchive
12-07-2001, 01:00 AM
Jeff Leiner:

Please send me an email address I can send you a new version of the Merge
Module at.

Thanks,
Mike Marino

"Jeff L @ptd.net>" <jleiner<NoSpam> wrote in message
news:3c0ff157$1@news.installshield.com...
> I am attempting to change the path for the install of Access 2000. I have
> the Access2000.msm dated 9/4/01 and Developer 7.01. If I do not create
the
> ACCESS2000INSTALLLOCATION property, the runtime installs correctly to the
> default location. If I create the property ACCESS2000INSTALLLOCATION in
the
> Property managaer or by using MsiSetProperty (I did this in the before
move
> data, on moving function) The runtime does not install at all. Any
> suggestions?
> Does it matter where I call MsiSetProperty?
>
> Jeff Leiner
>
>