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MattQVI
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Allow for the Maintenance dialog to only have one option

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I disabled Repair and Change for the install that affects Programs and Features in Control Panel but then went to the MaintenanceType dialog to do the same.  Now with only one button on the screen, I get an error at runtime.  How do I fix this?  Thanks.

 

Error 2855. The radio button group RadioGroup on dialog Maintenance Type has fewer than 2 buttons.

  

 

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MattQVI
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Re: Allow for the Maintenance dialog to only have one option

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Jenifer,

Thank you for that information.  It makes sense.

After thinking about this more, if there is only 1 radio button in the dialog, the dialog becomes unnecessary.  What I mean is, MaintenanceWelcome Next button doesn't open MaintenanceType because there is only one option now (Remove) so I set the Next button to open the ReadyToRemove dialog instead.  And in the ReadyToRemove dialog, I set the Back button to go back to MaintenanceWelcome.

Matt

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Flexera Jenifer
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Re: Allow for the Maintenance dialog to only have one option

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Hi @MattQVI ,

 

Below KB-article explains the cause and fix for run-time error-2855:

Cause

A radio button group on a dialog has fewer than two radio buttons associated with it. All radio button groups must have at least two radio buttons associated with the control.

 

https://community.flexera.com/t5/InstallShield-Knowledge-Base/Windows-Installer-Error-2855/ta-p/4734

 

Thanks,

Jenifer

MattQVI
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Re: Allow for the Maintenance dialog to only have one option

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Jenifer,

Thank you for that information.  It makes sense.

After thinking about this more, if there is only 1 radio button in the dialog, the dialog becomes unnecessary.  What I mean is, MaintenanceWelcome Next button doesn't open MaintenanceType because there is only one option now (Remove) so I set the Next button to open the ReadyToRemove dialog instead.  And in the ReadyToRemove dialog, I set the Back button to go back to MaintenanceWelcome.

Matt

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