[izpack-users] Disable/Enable or Select/Deselect packs based on pack selection

Klaus Bartz bartzkau at gmx.net
Tue Mar 7 12:05:10 CET 2006

Hi Kriss,
is your problem to install your product and use a DB in one
of the four manners or would you only install a database?

May be I have a analog problem; I install my server on different
EJBs with different DBs. But I do not install the DB self, else
configure my application to the EJB and DB.
In the moment I see no "ready for use" way in IzPack todo this.
It is possible, but requires custom panels and may be custom actions.
In the first step I present the user which installs some panels where
he/she should select what EJB and what DB. Some panels are
depending on others.
In a secound step I configure my application with different
custom actions during installation.



Am 07.03.2006, 11:08 Uhr, schrieb Christophe ROCHEFOLLE  
<CROCHEFO at metaware.tm.fr>:

> Hello,
> Sorry if this question seems to be asked hundred times, but even after
> looking at the mailing archives, and see this subject I didn't find the
> answer.
> How can I have several packs that are exclusive ?
> Here is my example. I want to install (using silent install) MySQL 5 or
> PostgreSQL 8.1 or use an existing one.
> So I create 4 packs :
> 	- Install MySQL 5
> 	- Install PostgreSQL 8.1
> 	- Use an existing MySQL database
> 	- Use an existing PostgreSQL database
> How can I say that the user can just pick one of those packs ?
> Thanks in advance,
> Kriss
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