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[archive] AcuGt Runtime Installation

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I have a software product developed in Acucobol which I would like to use an installation wizard of some kind so it can be easily installed when purchased by a customer. In the past I have used PC Install which works, but my customer also has to run the AcuGt runtime installation process, Is there any way to combine these two so my clients only have one install procedure?
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Where so you get the PC Install product from?
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Installshield is an excellent installer program
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I notice there are many versions of Installshield. WHich one have you used successfully for AcuCobol application installations? Is it expensive?
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PC Install is an old product which according to my google searches is no longer available. Install Shield is very expensive from what I can find $1300+.
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We've used Wise in the past.
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