This is fine if the typical option is selected. The custom setup also works, because the user can directly select the features to install. I am having trouble including a complete option.
I have tried the option from page 75 of Bob Baker's book, where he suggests setting the INSTALLLEVEL property to a higher number for a complete install. The property is set successfully, however, the cost finalize action in the execute sequence doesn't seem to be doing anything. My fourth feature doesn't get installed.
I have tried using the condition on the feature, to set the feature's install level to a low number, using _IsSetupTypeMin = "Complete" as the condition, with a level of 25. This also failed.
Does anybody have any idea what I am doing wrong?
I am using IPWI 2.03, running on Windows 2000, service pack 1. The feature I am struggling to install contains a number of text files. Dependent on the feature state is a couple of custom actions that call VBScript to build a SQL2000 database and import some data. Are anymore details required?