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I have created a 10.0.1 OEM setup with the help of the v10 Deployment Wizard.

Based on these questions to deployed installs and the v12 Deployment Wizard, I have the impression that it would make sense to change the ProductName incorporated in the OEM setup ("SQL Anywhere 10") to something application-specific, like I would have to do with the v12 Deployment Wizard.

Is it valid to change the ProductName in the MSI file to something like "SQL Anywhere 10 for My Application" - using a tool like Microsoft's ORCA? - Or would this offend the usage of the Deployment Wizard?

asked 08 Mar '11, 21:18

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The deployment wizard would not be offended. :) In version 12 we just made it easier for you to specify the product name without requiring ORCA.

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answered 15 Mar '11, 16:18

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Thanks for the clarification. - And yes, I know about the v12 improvement - I'm just about to "backport" that nice facility to previous versions, and ORCA seems to be of help here:)

(15 Mar '11, 17:58) Volker Barth
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