Re: Access 2003 Developer Extensions: Copy ACCESSRT.MSI failing
From: Chris Mills (phad_nospam_at_cleardotnet.nz)
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2021 17:40:00 +1200
It's official that Microsoft does not support their Package & Deployment
"it was decided that the PDW was not going to be
a huge investment area, and recognizing that there was a reasonable
alternative for packaging and deployment in 3rd party form"
-Adam Ulrich, Test Manager, Microsoft, 2004
"John Øllgård Jensen" <joj@invalid_to_be_removed.doms.dk> wrote in message
> Running the Package Wizard for creating a runtime-package is failing
> when reaching step 5 of 7 (Installer Experience):
> Install Language is set = English.
> Selected SETUP.EXE = SETUPPRO.EXE (located on network server).
> When pressing the 'CACHE' button the wizard is reporting, that the
> ACCESSRT.MSI could not be copied to the destination
> (C:\Documents and settings\joj\Application
> Verify that the source file exist, that you have write permissions on
> the destination folder, and that the destination file is not open.
> Inspecting the destination folder shows, that the ACCESSRT.MSI is
> existing there after running the steps so far, so my conclusion is:
> 1) The source file has been existing
> 2) I have write permission on the destination folder
> 3) So how can the the destination file be open???? Only the wizard
> itself might keep this file open!
> Any suggestions?
> Thank you,