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Create desktop icon

Have Wise 9.01 Standard Edition

Have code written years ago to do our CD installations> (Works fine)

Want to add code to put Icon on desktop during install. Can we get this done somehow? I know nothing about wise programming.

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Check: http://www.altiris.com/upload/wise901.htm

Basically you need to create a link to your program.

The link should be created into the following directory:

(System Drive):\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop

You can do this in any language, C, VBasic, Pascal, even a DOS batch file.

1) Retrieve the installation path of your program + the name
of the executable.

2) Call the windows API to create a shortcut.

3) Here is a link to a solution in Delphi Pascal, which is my
favorite development tool:

http://www.delphifaq.com/faq/delphi/windows_file_system/
f410.shtml

4) Once you get the Delphi program to program to work,
you can simply call it from Wise, at the end of the
installation ...

or

you can call Wise from the Delphi program before creating
the link.

Hope this gets you started, unfortunately it is a little technical.

Martin.
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