Hi All, I am trying to install our product on French machine (build with IA 2008 VP1) in silent mode with a reponse file(ini file). The response has some file path entries, for which the file separtor is '\'. With this response file, the installation is aborting. If I replace all the file separtor entries in the response file, the product is getting installed successfully. my sample response file is: [OTHER] QUIET=/qn [INSTALL] AS_DIR="C:\bea\user_projects\domains\base_domain" With file separator '\', If I run in debug mode, I am getting following messages: ocal Settings\Temp\1\I1264700731\Windows\InstallerData\Execute.zip;C:\Documents and Settings\Administrateur\Local Settings\Temp\1\I1264700731\InstallerData\Reso urce1.zip;C:\Documents and Settings\Administrateur\Local Settings\Temp\1\I126470 0731\Windows\InstallerData\Resource1.zip;C:\Documents and Settings\Administrateu r\Local Settings\Temp\1\I1264700731\InstallerData;C:\Documents and Settings\Admi nistrateur\Local Settings\Temp\1\I1264700731\Windows\InstallerData;" com.zerog.l ax.LAX "C:/Documents and Settings/Administrateur/Local Settings/Temp/1/I12647007 31/Windows/install.lax" "C:/Documents and Settings/Administrateur/Local Settings /Temp/1/lax7.tmp" -i silent -f C:\\cabi-windows-3_1_0_0\\test.ini -DSILENT_INSTA LL_RESPONSE_FILE="C:\\cabi-windows-3_1_0_0\\test.ini" Picked up _JAVA_OPTIONS: -Xmx256m LAX Version = 9.5 IAResourceBundle: create resource bundle: en IACommandLineParser:: ---starting--- SETTING COMMAND LINE SYS-PROP: SILENT_INSTALL_RESPONSE_FILE=C:\cabi-windows-3_1_ 0_0\test.ini IACommandLineParser:: ---ending--- Command Line Arguments contain illegal values. Usage: install [-f | -options] (to execute the installer) where options include: -? show this help text -i [swing | console | silent] specify the user interface mode for the installer -D = specify installer properties notes: 1. the path to the installer properties file may be either absolute, or relative to the directory in which the installer resides. 2. if an installer properties file is specified and exists, all other command line options will be ignored. 3. if a properties file named either 'installer.properties' or .properties resides in the same directory as the installer, it will automatically be used, overriding all other command line options, unless the '-f' option is used to point to another valid properties file. 4. if an installer properties file is specified but does not exist, the default properties file, if present, will be used. Otherwise, any supplied command line options will be used, or if no additional options were specified, the installer will be run using the default settings. [press enter to close this window] Can any body tell me what is the problem with IA, in this case?
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