What is launch condition?
Launch Conditions in Windows Installer (MSI) are a great way to make sure that end users run the setup only on supported platforms. To take this idea further, you can also combine a System Search with a launch condition to check for required software or registry entries.
How do I create a launch condition?
On the View menu, point to Editor, and then click Launch Conditions. In the Launch Conditions Editor, select Launch Conditions. On the Action menu, click Add Launch Conditions.
Why do I need to add launch condition?
You must add a launch condition to check whether the target computer is running a version of the Windows operating system that supports Windows SideShow. In addition, you must create a launch condition that checks for an installation of the Windows SideShow Managed Runtime. Add a launch condition to verify a supported operating system
When does the launch condition fail in Win32?
Expression that must evaluate to True for installation to begin. Localizable text to display when the condition fails and the installation must be terminated. You cannot guarantee the order in which the launch conditions are evaluated by authoring this table.
What happens if the launch condition is false?
We’ve already covered launch conditions. Using them will abort the whole installation if the specified condition is false. There are finer uses of conditions, too, when they don’t disable the whole process, only help us determine what to do.
How does conditional installation work in firegiant pro?
Building this sample as it is now wouldn’t result in anything interesting, the MainProgram feature would install the EXE and the DLL, plus the associated shortcuts while the Documentation feature would do the rest, the PDF and its associated shortcut. So, in the end, the same files are installed.