msiexpert created the topic: Wise for Windows Installer – Continuous integration
Has anyone ever integrated Wise for Windows Installer into an continuous build/integration process? My plan is to have a try at this, using WFWI.exe and passing it a *.wsi with properties that won’t change between builds and passing in appropriate property values that will change (e.g. build version numbers, etc.) through the command line. Will this approach work? Does anyone have any thoughts on what I’m planning to do? Many thanks!
InstallerExpert replied the topic: Re: Wise for Windows Installer – Continuous integration
A lot of users have used WFWI in automated build processes.
The automation interface (via the wfwi.document object) also allows you a great deal of flexibility in directly editing the tables of your WSI using vbscript (for example), and then saving and compiling the end result.
Give it a try and if you encounter any specific issues then post here with details, including your version of Wise tools.
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