[izpack-users] Can ProcessPanel have dependency like Shortcuts
miraodb at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 23 09:51:04 CET 2006
> the spec reader uses an element named
> "executeForPack" (ProcessPanelWorker.java line 152).
> I think that is what you need. Hope it works in the same manner
> as "createForPack" at short cuts.
I thought i created the docu for that when i patched it.
Anyway, it works exactly as createForPack
<job name="Clear the Client installation">
<os family="windows" />
<executefile name="$INSTALL_PATH\XXXX_batch\WinClear.bat" />
For the DTD... one for processpanel could be a good idea. Agreed on this one
> It's are children
> (ELEMENT in a DTD) of "job".
> Unfortunately that is not documented
> (I think) and there is no DTD for this spec. May be we can add
> something like that in the future.
> Am 22.02.2006, 23:29 Uhr, schrieb Silent Killer
> <thesilentkiller at gmail.com>:
> > Hi,
> > Using the ProcessPanel, is it possible to execute some processes and not
> > others based on the packs that are installed? More specifically, can the
> > "job" element in a ProcessPanel.Spec.xml file have something like a
> > "createForPack" element?
> > This feature I am looking for is similar to how shortcuts operate. A
> > shortcut has "createForPack" element that causes the shortcut to be
> > created only if the appropriate pack is installed.
> > Thanks,
> > SK
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