Information about changes to webkit install of IBM NotesDesignerAdmin 9.0 client (Japanese version)

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Abstract

Due to a limitation of third-party packaging tool, which was described in SPR# HKAI7RA8WU, the webkit of IBM NotesDesignerAdmin 9.0 client Japanese version (CIJ7JJA.exe) is packed with SUSetRunAsWizard.exe.

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Due to a limitation of third-party packaging tool, which was described in SPR# HKAI7RA8WU, the webkit of IBM NotesDesignerAdmin 9.0 client Japanese version (CIJ7JJA.exe) is packed with SUSetRunAsWizard.exe (also known as "Smart Upgrade Run As" feature, see here for more information).

There are two things changed than previous releases when installing the webkit:


1. Command-Line format.

For example, to install default Notes features with Designer and Administrator enabled, in previous releases, the command line was:


    CXXXXJA.exe /v"SELECT_DESIGNER=1 SELECT_ADMIN=1"

    With 9.0 webkit, the command line is:

    CIJ7JJA.exe -a "/v\"SELECT_DESIGNER=1 SELECT_ADMIN=1\""

    * The argument "-a" means passing all arguments to the file that is being launched.


2. The default extract location cannot be changed.

In previous releases, users are able to choose the location where to extract the files from webkit; this is not supported in 9.0. In 9.0, the default extract location is:

  • In Windows XP, %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data
  • In Windows 7 and Windows 8, %ProgramData%

Note: Only the Japanese version of IBM NotesDesignerAdmin client webkit is packed with SUSetRunAsWizard.exe, and it will always be unless another solution is provided for SPR# HKAI7RA8WU.

Related information

Using the "Smart Upgrade Run As" feature to upgrade Not
Lotus NotesDesignerAdmin 8.5.x のインストールパッケージでインストールエラーが発


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More support for:

IBM Notes
Install/Setup

Software version:

9.0

Operating system(s):

Windows

Software edition:

Social Edition

Reference #:

1632459

Modified date:

2013-04-23

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