Posted 06 July 2001 - 17:13
Posted 10 July 2001 - 11:12
For removing features from existing instalation you can use "&featurename=2". It means that feature is assigned for removing (it works at my setup).
Maybe this approach can be used during setup to.
Darko JAMNIK, Slovenia
Posted 15 July 2001 - 18:25
You can select Components after CostFinalize with API-Function MsiSetComponentState. This should be done in a CA after the dialogs.
Posted 15 July 2001 - 20:19
I'll try to get a ca to do it.
Posted 01 August 2001 - 20:56
Which piAction values indicate that the feature is selected?
Valid states for a feature are determined by checking all components that are linked to the specified feature without taking into account the current installed state of any component. If any of these components have a value of IRSOPTIONAL in the RunFromSource column, or if at least one component is marked IRSTLOCALONLY and at least one other component is marked IRSSOURCEONLY, then both INSTALLSTATE_LOCAL and INSTALLSTATE_SOURCE are valid states for the feature. If all components are set to IRSLOCALONLY, INSTALLSTATE_LOCAL is the only valid state. If all components are set to IRSSOURCEONLY, INSTALLSTATE_SOURCE is the only valid state.
...so you need to check only the states that are valid for the particular feature.
(Edited by rflum at 4:36 pm on Aug. 1, 2001)
Posted 15 July 2002 - 05:58
I have been looking for the same solution. I need more information on the part where &FEATURE_NAME=2, Can someone tell me where to get the full details of the state number? eg:
&FEATURE_NAME=2, what does 2 mean
&FEATURE_NAME>3, what does >3 mean