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Pinned topic Express-C 10.1 install: Info 2835 / Error 2830

‏2012-07-16T15:44:15Z |
Trying to install on XP 32-bit:


... MSI (c) (58:6C) [11:22:48:296]: PROPERTY CHANGE: Adding p_DB2InstAuthCfgBackFlag property. Its value is 
'DB2Instance'. Info 2835.The control ErrorIcon was not found on dialog SetupError. Error 2803.Dialog View did not find a record 

for the dialog . MSI (c) (58:6C) [11:22:54:655]: Product: DB2 Express-C - DB2COPY1 -- Error 2803.Dialog View did not find a record 

for the dialog .   Action ended 11:22:54: InstallWelcome. Return value 3. MSI (c) (58:B4) [11:22:54:687]: Doing action: SetupCompleteError   ...
Updated on 2012-08-10T10:57:53Z at 2012-08-10T10:57:53Z by SystemAdmin
  • VTBN_Dean_MacDonald
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    Re: Express-C 10.1 install: Info 2835 / Error 2830

    ‏2012-08-08T17:36:34Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    I am getting the same error on XP 32 bit. Have you been able to find a solution?
    • SystemAdmin
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      Re: Express-C 10.1 install: Info 2835 / Error 2830

      ‏2012-08-10T10:57:53Z  in response to VTBN_Dean_MacDonald
      I've gotten sidetracked from this at the moment and may not be back at that project and machine for at least a couple of weeks

      I had a sneaking suspicion it may have something to do with the version of the installer msiexec on my machine (4.5 something) but didn't have the means to try another. Maybe you could try an older one and report what happens?

      The trouble is with the main .msi file which has a problem that manifests itself in similar conditions such as ours.

      Briefly examining the .msi file itself, I (possibly incorrectly) deduced that some resource required for yet another dialog to pop-up is referenced incorrectly causing the failure to see. Akin to maybe a STOP sign warning of imminent doom if the install is interrupted or something similar, but the STOP sign embedded image itself being missing, we get the choice of debugger as it gracelessly gives up the ghost. That's how far I got till I was rudely interrupted by another daydream.

      I'm sure that errant step could be bypassed, and if you have still made no headway when I return to active duty, I may be motivated to attack afresh and appease the .msi into actually working.