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Thread: InstallShield 2015 LE for VS not building standalone MSI - needs

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2016

    InstallShield 2015 LE for VS not building standalone MSI - needs

    I'm using InstallShield 2015 Limited Edition for Visual Studio to build a .MSI installer.

    Build the installer appears to work and the folder DISK1 gets created with an ISSetupPrerequisites sub folder and there are folders and files in there.
    The DISK1 folder also contains a <hex number>.ini file, a MyAppInstaller.msi file, a file, and setupexe and setup.ini files.

    The MyAppInstaller.msi is 787KB and the file is 5144KB. If I copy the MyAppInstaller.msi file to a different folder and double click it the installation fails with an error about the file being missing.

    I had hoped I was building a standalone .msi file - obviously not.

    In InstallShield the SingleImage settings has Compressed set for the Build tab and Launcher is set to Yes for the Setup.exe tab. It that incorrect?

    Any hints what I'm doing wrong?

    Thanks in advance

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2018

    Any answers?

    I would also like a single, downloadable msi file for my installer (which could contain or link to the prerequisites).
    Is this possible?
    Do I have to make my own self-extracting zip or something?

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