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  • Registry View - MSI Package Builder
    being processed now by some operation or not and if there are any processing problems Below is the list of icons used to represent the item type and state a root key a root key containing permanent registry keys or values a root key is being processed a registry key a registry key is a part of a permanent path a registry key is being processed a string registry value a string registry value is permanent a string registry value is being processed a binary registry value a binary registry value is permanent a binary registry value is being processed a DWORD registry value a DWORD registry value is permanent a DWORD registry value is being processed a QWORD registry value a QWORD registry value is permanent a QWORD registry value is being processed a multi string registry value a multi string registry value is permanent a multi string registry value is being processed an expandable string registry value an expandable string registry value is permanent an expandable string registry value is being processed The following overlays are used to represent the operation to be performed with a registry key or value an item should be created an item should be modified an item should be deleted As for the problematic situations only the following overlay is used an item containing changes that may lead to problems e g removing of system critical resources The actions for adding editing and deleting the registry changes as well as copying and moving those changes between projects are available in the Registry view pop up menu and on the Registry contextual Ribbon page Functions Overview Changes Management From the Registry view you can create edit and delete the modifications to be performed by an MSI package to the Windows registry The actions for creating a new root key registry key and registry values of different types can be found within the New group on the Registry contextual Ribbon page The Root Key button from the New group on the Project page can also be used to create a new key together with the New Root Key item in the pop up menu displayed on an empty selection in the Registry view When a registry key is selected in the Registry view you can use the New sub menu of the pop up menu to create a new key or a new value of a specific type within the selected key To change any registry modification you can use the Edit item from the pop up menu or the Edit button from the Management group on the Registry contextual Ribbon page and to delete the modification use the Delete items As for the default values for each key you can also change the value type using the Change Type sub menu from the Registry view when a default value is selected Copy Move You can easily copy and or move the modifications to be performed by an MSI package to the Windows registry from

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/registry-view (2016-05-01)
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  • Environment Variables View - MSI Package Builder
    Environment Variables view is used to describe of the item s type and state The state icons are provided to help you understand what is happening in the program at the moment You can always see if the item is being processed now by some operation or not Below is the list of type icons used a user environment variable a user environment variable is being processed a system environment variable a system environment variable is being processed The following overlays are used to represent the operation to be performed with each variable when installing a generated MSI package a variable should be created a variable should be created if it does not exist a variable should be removed a variable should be removed if its value matches the defined value The actions for adding editing and deleting the changes to environment variables as well as copying and moving those changes between projects are available in the Environment Variables view pop up menu and on the Environment Variables contextual Ribbon page Functions Overview Changes Management From the Environment Variables view you can create edit and delete the modifications to be performed by an MSI package to the environment variables The New Environment Variable item from the Environment Variables view pop up menu as well as the Environment Variable button from the New group on the Environment Variables contextual Ribbon page can be used to create a new modification to environment variables It is possible to create a new variable append prepend data to existing variables and remove variables together with an MSI package deployment process To change any environment variables modification you can use the Edit item from the pop up menu or the Edit button from the Management group on the Environment Variables contextual Ribbon page and to delete

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/environment-variables-view (2016-05-01)
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  • Services View - MSI Package Builder
    The state icons are provided to help you understand what is happening in the program at the moment You can always see if the item is being processed now by some operation or not and if there are any processing problems Below is the list of type icons used a service a service is being processed a service containing errors that should be resolved before creating an MSI package The following overlays are used to represent the operation to be performed with each service a service should be created a service should be deleted a service should be controlled started and or stopped a service should be restarted The actions for adding editing and deleting the changes to Windows services as well as copying and moving those changes between projects are available in the Services view pop up menu and on the Services contextual Ribbon page Functions Overview Changes Management From the Services view you can create edit and delete the modifications to be performed by an MSI package to the Windows services configuration The New Service item from the Services view pop up menu and the Service button from the New group on the Service contextual Ribbon page can be used to create a new modification to Windows services It is possible to create the service together with the MSI package deployment process or control any service that is already installed when installing and or uninstalling the MSI package To change any service modification you can use the Edit item from the pop up menu or the Edit button from the Management group on the Services contextual Ribbon page and to delete the modification use the Delete items Copy Move You can easily copy and or move the modifications to be performed by an MSI package to the Windows

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/services-view (2016-05-01)
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  • Assemblies View - MSI Package Builder
    icons are provided to help you understand what is happening in the program at the moment You can always see if the item is being processed now by some operation or not and if there are any problems Below is the list of icons used to represent the item type and state a NET assembly a NET assembly is being processed a Win32 assembly a Win32 assembly is being processed As for the problematic situations the following overlays are used an assembly item containing errors that should be resolved before creating an MSI package an assembly item contains missing links The actions for adding new assemblies editing and deleting existing ones and others are available in the Assemblies view pop up menu and on the Assemblies contextual Ribbon page Functions Overview Assemblies Management From the Assemblies view you can add edit and delete the NET and or Win32 side by side assemblies to be installed by a generated MSI package To add a new assembly you can either choose the New Win32 Assembly New NET Assembly item from the pop up menu or press the Win32 Assembly NET Assembly button from the New group on the Assemblies contextual Ribbon page and on the Project Ribbon page The Edit item from the pop up menu as well as the Edit button from the Management group on the Assemblies contextual Ribbon page can be used to change the selected assembly and to delete any assembly you can use the Delete items Copy Move You can easily copy and or move the NET and or Win32 side by side assemblies to be installed by a generated MSI package from the Assemblies view to another project You can use the drag drop and copy paste techniques as well as the Cut Copy and Paste

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/assemblies-view (2016-05-01)
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  • Drivers View - MSI Package Builder
    state The state icons are provided to help you understand what is happening in the program at the moment You can always see if the item is being processed now by some operation or not and if there are any processing problems Below is the list of type icons used a basic driver a basic driver is being processed a driver package a driver package is being processed As for the problematic situations the following overlays are used a basic driver containing errors that should be resolved before creating an MSI package a driver package containing errors that should be resolved before creating an MSI package a driver package contains missing links The following overlays are used to represent the operation to be performed with each driver a basic driver should be created a basic driver should be deleted a driver package should be installed a driver package should be pre installed The actions for adding editing and deleting the changes to device drivers as well as copying and moving those changes between projects are available in the Drivers view pop up menu and on the Drivers contextual Ribbon page Functions Overview Changes Management From the Drivers view you can create edit and delete the modifications to be performed by an MSI package to the device drivers configuration The New Basic Driver and the New Driver Package items from the Drivers view pop up menu as well as the Basic Driver and the Driver Package buttons from the New group on the Drivers contextual Ribbon page can be used to create a new modification to device drivers To change any device drivers modification you can use the Edit item from the pop up menu or the Edit button from the Management group on the Drivers contextual Ribbon page and to

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/drivers-view (2016-05-01)
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  • Pre & Post Actions View - MSI Package Builder
    to describe of the action s type and state The state icons are provided to help you understand what is happening in the program at the moment You can always see if the item is being processed now by some operation or not Below is the list of icons used an action to be executed before an MSI package installation an action to be executed after an MSI package installation an action to be executed before an MSI package uninstallation an action to be executed after an MSI package uninstallation an action is being processed The actions for creating new actions editing and deleting existing ones and copying moving actions to another project are available in the Pre Post Actions view pop up menu and on the Pre Post Actions contextual Ribbon page Functions Overview Actions Management From the Pre Post Actions view you can create edit and delete the actions to be performed before and after a generated MSI package deployment To create a new action you can either choose the New Action item from the pop up menu or press the Action button from the New group on the Pre Post Actions contextual Ribbon page and on the Project Ribbon page The Edit item from the pop up menu as well as the Edit button from the Management group on the Pre Post Actions contextual Ribbon page can be used to change the selected action and to delete any action you can use the Delete items Copy Move You can easily copy and or move the actions to be performed before and after a generated MSI package deployment from the Pre Post Actions view to another project You can use the drag drop and copy paste techniques as well as the Cut Copy and Paste menu items to

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/pre-and-post-actions-view (2016-05-01)
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  • Wrapped Packages View - MSI Package Builder
    what is happening in the program at the moment You can always see if the item is being processed now by some operation or not and if there are any problems Below is the list of icons used an executable package an executable package is being processed an executable package containing files that cannot be accessed a Windows Installer package a Windows Installer package is being processed now a Windows Installer package containing files that cannot be accessed The actions for adding wrapped packages editing and deleting existing ones changing the deployment order and others are available in the Wrapped Packages view pop up menu and on the Wrapped Packages contextual Ribbon page Functions Overview Packages Management From the Wrapped Packages view you can create edit and delete the installation packages to be deployed together with a generated MSI package To create a new package you can either choose the New Wrapped Package item from the pop up menu or press the Wrapped Package button from the New group on the Wrapped Packages contextual Ribbon page and on the Project Ribbon page The Edit item from the pop up menu as well as the Edit button from the Management group on the Wrapped Packages contextual Ribbon page can be used to change the selected wrapped package and to delete any package you can use the Delete items To change the packages deployment order you can use the Move Up and Move Down items available in the pop up menu and in the Order group from the Wrapped Packages contextual Ribbon page Copy Move You can easily copy and or move the packages to be deployed together with a generated MSI package from the Wrapped Packages view to another project You can use the drag drop and copy paste techniques as

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/wrapped-packages-view (2016-05-01)
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  • Application Log View - MSI Package Builder
    The description for any logged event is by default wrapped so that you can easily read it If you would like to have more events visible at the same time you can configure the Application Log view to display only one line per event by disabling the Wrap Text option from the Configuration menu Every event in the Application Log is assigned a severity level represented by a certain icon The icon allows you to see if the operation has finished successfully without reading the description The following icons are available the blue icon with an i character means that everything is OK the brown circle icon with a cross cut line is used to identify that the task was canceled by user or due to shutdown of the underlying system the yellow icon with an exclamation mark is the warning sign it tells you that some errors have occurred but they are not critical In such a case there is no guarantee that the operation has actually succeeded the red icon with a white cross is the error sign it means that the operation execution has failed Analyzing the Application Log can help you a lot in your everyday work with MSI Package Builder because this log contains all the information on the executed operations and provides you with troubleshooting recommendations in case any problems are detected Functions Overview Export All The Export All button should be used to export the application log to the CSV file Clear Log The Clear Log button should be used to remove all the logged events from the program Full Expand The Full Expand button from the Application Log view toolbar should be used to expand all nodes in the table of logged events Full Collapse The Full Collapse button from the Application

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/application-log-view (2016-05-01)
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