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Project: The procedure for creating dynamic file links differs, depending on which project type you are using. Note that parts of the procedure apply to the following Windows Installer–based projects:
Parts of the procedure apply to the following InstallScript-based projects:
You can use the Files and Folders view to create a dynamic link.
To create a dynamic link:
|1.||In the View List under Application Data, click Files and Folders.|
|2.||In the Add new components to the feature list, select the feature that should contain components with the dynamically linked files.|
|3.||Ensure that components are displayed in the Destination computer’s folders pane.|
If components are not displayed: In the Destination computer’s folders pane, right-click Destination Computer and click Show Components (in Windows Installer–based projects) or Show Components and Subfolders (in InstallScript-based projects).
|4.||For a Windows Installer–based project: right-click a component and click Dynamic File Linking. The Component Properties dialog box opens, and the is displayed.|
For an InstallScript-based project: right-click a component and click File Linking. The opens.
|5.||Define the dynamic link and click OK.|
Tip: You can also use the Components view to add dynamic file links. For more information, see Adding Dynamic File Links to Components.
Limitations of Dynamic File Linking
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