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naveen9396
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Is it possible to execute CustomBuildAction.cs file with the help of Installshield?

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Hi,

I am working on Basic MSI type project. I am trying to migrate my .vdproj file Microsoft Installer to .ism installers. It was an .exe file I am getting as an output.

My requirement:

I am having a CustomBuildAction.cs File In my local solution code. I want to execute few functions within that class/file via Installscript. The code in that file is written in c# language.

Could you please show me some solution.

I looked into CustomActions > ManageCode..... After that what I need to do? I don't know that.

 

Thanks,

Naveen G

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Revenera_Ian
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Hi Naveen (@naveen9396),

Thank you for your post.

Sorry about the delayed response.

Since you have an EXE as your output, you could try skipping configuring a managed code custom action and try configuring an EXE custom action instead.

You could try giving the Custom Action Wizard in InstallShield a try per the documentation at this link:

https://docs.revenera.com/installshield26helplib/helplibrary/IHelpActionsWizardIDERef.htm

Please give that a try. Does that work for you?

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

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Revenera_Ian
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Hi Naveen (@naveen9396),

Thank you for your post.

Sorry about the delayed response.

Since you have an EXE as your output, you could try skipping configuring a managed code custom action and try configuring an EXE custom action instead.

You could try giving the Custom Action Wizard in InstallShield a try per the documentation at this link:

https://docs.revenera.com/installshield26helplib/helplibrary/IHelpActionsWizardIDERef.htm

Please give that a try. Does that work for you?

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.