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Microsoft Corporation December Summary: This article lists the basic steps involved in creating, configuring, and building a Microsoft Windows Installer package.
Setups created with the Visual Studio Installer provide advanced capabilities such as centralized distribution for maintenance and updates, application self-repair, and powerful installation rollback facilities.
The Windows installer reduces the total cost of ownership TCO for customers by enabling them to efficiently install and configure applications. The Windows installer is part of the Windows and Zero Administration Windows ZAW efforts to reduce the overall cost of deploying, using, and managing desktop computers. In addition, you can read the Visual Studio Installer documentation.
Tutorial This tutorial lists the basic steps involved in creating, configuring, and building a Microsoft Windows Installer package. This tutorial will show how to author an. It will also show how to launch the. To author and launch an. Add files to the installer project and configure file properties. If desired, configure the project properties. If desired, establish how to modify the target machine system registry when your product is installed and configure registry properties.
If desired, establish how the target machine operating system will handle your installed document types, MIME types, COM objects, and type libraries, and configure properties for each of these objects. If desired, control and customize the installation dialogs presented when your users run the installer package file to install, repair, or uninstall your product.
Add merge modules to the project. Build the installer package file. Test the installer package file. Distribute the application. The data used by the application is in a folder named Data. This folder is a subfolder of the main application folder.
From the Programs menu, select Microsoft Visual Studio 6. From the Microsoft Visual Studio 6. The Microsoft Development Environment launches, and you can create a new installer project from the New tab in the New Project dialog box.
Create an empty installer project by highlighting the Empty Installer icon. Make a note of the directory in the Location textbox. This is where the application installer file you create will be located. You can change the location for your project if you like.
Choose Open. Figure 1. The Project Explorer displays your installer project hierarchy. You can expand the Target Machine node to start setting up the configuration of your installed product on the target machine.
Figure 2. Step 2a: Add Application Files to the Installer Project The File System editor in Visual Studio Installer gives you a way to configure your application files on the target machine while you add them to the installer project.
In the Project Explorer, expand the Target Machine node. Double-click File System in the Target Machine node. In the File System editor, right-click Application Folder. Select Add File s from the context menu. In the Browse for Files dialog box, navigate to the directory that contains the application. Select the files you want to add. Click Open. The File System editor displays the file s you added in the folder you selected. The files are also listed in the installer project Files node in the Project Explorer.
Figure 3. In the Name column, right-click and select Create Shortcut. Right-click the shortcut and choose Rename. See the following topics for more detailed information about working with files in an installer project: For information about:.
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