[izpack-devel] split installation sequence

Herzog Reinhart Reinhart.Herzog at infoniqa.com
Fri Oct 13 07:50:00 CEST 2006

Thanks, Klaus!

Is there anything news concerning the new manual?

Further information:
Each way to go has its own panels and can finish the installation.

Is that possible?

Please, give me another advice for how to implement that. 


Reinhart Herzog

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Von: izpack-devel-bounces at lists.berlios.de [mailto:izpack-devel-bounces at lists.berlios.de] Im Auftrag von Bartz, Klaus
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 12. Oktober 2006 14:01
An: izpack-devel at lists.berlios.de
Betreff: Re: [izpack-devel] split installation sequence

Hi Reinhart,
it is like radio Erivan - possible, but...
See context related.



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>[mailto:izpack-devel-bounces at lists.berlios.de]On Behalf Of rherzog
>Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 12:45 PM
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>Subject: [izpack-devel] split installation sequence
>Hi all!
>Does IzPack support multiple installation sequences?

No, not in this manner.

>By now I specify the panels I'd like to have displayed during 
>one by one in the designated order.
>But we'd like to give the user the option to chose which way 
>to go and have
>all that available using only one installer file (instead of 
>different ones
>for each purpose).:
> - Installation
> - Update
> - Add Demo-Data
> - Remove Demo-Data

IzPack is current not able to support real maintenace (like MSI
it does). Be carefully with Updates.
The sequence of the panels is the same as in the installation
definition file (install.xml or what ever). It is not possible
to declare a tree ( what you need, I think).
But if you create custom panels, you can create a pseudo tree
with skipping not needed panels in panelActivate.
I do it at more than one place.
But many people do not like to create custom panels because
it needs some knowledge of the internals of IzPack and good 
knowledge of java.

>cheers and many thanks,
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