[wix-users] Custom Actions are getting excluded from MSI
venh.123 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 2 23:15:27 PDT 2022
Thanks a lot for the detailed response. After posting it in this group, I
did some more research. I couldn't find it in the InstallExecuteSequence
table and surprisingly, the Binary table is also missing the key. However,
there are other custom action methods in the same dll which are working
fine. Also, the same MSI when part of the Bootstrapper exe is executing
these custom actions and when I extracted that MSI from the exe and opened
it in Orca, everything looks fine and works fine.
However, after I made some changes in the code (in some other modules) and
built the same MSI, these entries are missing. Not sure what is wrong.
On Sun, Apr 3, 2022 at 10:12 AM Edwin Castro <egcastr at gmail.com> wrote:
> The product in the nuget package has to provide an extension point. Some
> ComponentGroup or FeatureGroup or similar that it references and must be
> defined by you. Include or reference the CustomAction and other required
> elements in the same Fragment that defines the extension element.
> You said the CustomAction is missing from the CustomAction table. Is it
> present in the InstallExecuteSequence table? What about the custom action
> DLL? Is it present in the Binary table? If yes, then make sure the
> CustomAction is referenced from the Fragment containing the element that is
> present in the MSI.
> Edwin G. Castro
> On Sat, Apr 2, 2022, 11:37 Venkatesh H via wix-users <
> wix-users at lists.wixtoolset.org> wrote:
>> Also, the CustomAction.wxs has an <InstallExecuteSequence> element, which
>> references the custom actions. But still the custom actions are not found
>> in the MSI table. I also checked and confirmed that CustomAction.wxs is
>> included in the .wixproj file.
>> On Sat, Apr 2, 2022 at 11:30 PM Venkatesh H <venh.123 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I have an existing Visual Studio WiX project. It has Custom Actions
>> > defined in a separate CustomAction.wxs file. But the custom actions are
>> > getting called, although the conditions are correct. After a lot of
>> > thinking,I opened up the MSI in Orca and found that these Custom Actions
>> > are missing in the Custom Action table.
>> > I cannot add a CustomActionRef element since the Product element is
>> > implemented in a separate framework and referenced as a NuGet package. I
>> > don't know how to ensure CAs are included in the MSI and getting called.
>> > Can anyone please help?
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