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MAN

hi

i have created unattended installation for a software here is the lines

Opt("WinWaitDelay",100)

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",4)

Opt("WinDetectHiddenText",1)

Opt("MouseCoordMode",0)

Run('C:\Documents and Settings\amir\Desktop\New Folder\setup.exe')

WinWait("Welcome to the MathWorks Installer","")

If Not WinActive("Welcome to the MathWorks Installer","") Then WinActivate("Welcome to the MathWorks Installer","")

WinWaitActive("Welcome to the MathWorks Installer","")

Send("{ENTER}")

WinWait("License Information","")

If Not WinActive("License Information","") Then WinActivate("License Information","")

WinWaitActive("License Information","")

Send("amir{TAB}ali{TAB}")

WinWait("Program Manager","")

If Not WinActive("Program Manager","") Then WinActivate("Program Manager","")

WinWaitActive("Program Manager","")

WinWait("License Information","")

If Not WinActive("License Information","") Then WinActivate("License Information","")

WinWaitActive("License Information","")

Send("xxx{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{ENTER}")

WinWait("MathWorks Account","")

If Not WinActive("MathWorks Account","") Then WinActivate("MathWorks Account","")

WinWaitActive("MathWorks Account","")

Send("{SPACE}{TAB}{TAB}{SPACE}{ENTER}")

WinWait("License Agreement","")

If Not WinActive("License Agreement","") Then WinActivate("License Agreement","")

WinWaitActive("License Agreement","")

Send("{SPACE}{ENTER}")

WinWait("Installation Type","")

If Not WinActive("Installation Type","") Then WinActivate("Installation Type","")

WinWaitActive("Installation Type","")

Send("{ENTER}")

WinWait("Folder Selection","")

If Not WinActive("Folder Selection","") Then WinActivate("Folder Selection","")

WinWaitActive("Folder Selection","")

WinWait("Confirmation","")

If Not WinActive("Confirmation","") Then WinActivate("Confirmation","")

WinWaitActive("Confirmation","")

Send("{ENTER}")

but the problem is i want to put it on cd so when the autorun start and after that script it perform the installation from there but the autoit script gives me error i have changed the path with the command srcdir this way :

<SrcDir>\Run('<SrcDir>\setup.exe')

so the script must execute setup.exe from cd but is doesnot and gives me error

unable to execute the external program

the system cannot find the file specified

can someone help me plz ?

th very much

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Why dont you include the install file in the script and decompress to a temp folder?

maybe vars with @ could help too!

Cheers


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MAN

Why dont you include the install file in the script and decompress to a temp folder?

maybe vars with @ could help too!

Cheers

thats little hard for me

i am not expert :)

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MAN

Just use :

Run("Setup.exe")

assuming the setup is in the same directory as the compiled script .

vowww man works like a charm

tthanks so much :)

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MAN

hi again

excuse me i have another quesyion too( seems good place to learn) :)

i want to add line to the script so that when at any point of installation i exit the the script exit too

can u tell me what should i add to script?

thanks

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hi again

excuse me i have another quesyion too( seems good place to learn) :)

i want to add line to the script so that when at any point of installation i exit the the script exit too

can u tell me what should i add to script?

thanks

If WinExists("Your Installation Title or Hwd")=0 Then Exit

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MAN

sorry

where should i add this command in which line??

and something else the install process have more than one windows ( one after one)and every windows has its own name do i have to write this command for every windows?

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