Tuesday, January 29, 2013 3:58 PM
I am trying to find a way to install one application based on a TS variable that I have populated based on a selection via the deployment wizard. The TS variable has the application GUID. I already have other applications selected (using normal applications wizard pane) which populated the Application001,002, etc. TS variables and I can't overwrite any of these otherwise one of the applications will not get installed. So what I am basically trying to accomplish is install the one application that I have the GUID for. Hope this makes some sense.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 5:17 PM
I guess you have tested to add the application to you CS.ini like this? If not, try it.
[Settings] Priority=Default Properties=CustomProp [Default] Applications001=%YourTsVariable%
If that does not work you could try MandatoryApplications001 instead if you dont use that one, like this:
[Settings] Priority=Default Properties=CustomProp [Default] MandatoryApplications001=%YourTsVariable%
If you begin a new section then you must start over with 001 again so this should work aswell.
[Settings] Priority=InstallAnApp, Default Properties=CustomProp [Default] [InstallAnApp] Applications001=%YourTsVariable%
Let me know how it went martin!
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 9:40 PM
Thanks for your reply. I went with using the MandatoryApplications001 TS variable in my CS.ini. This work great!