General information about the merge module.
The complete name of your merge module. You can localize this value.
The full name of your company. You can localize this value.
A more detailed description of the merge module. You can localize this value.
Specify an identifier for the merge module. This string along with the module GUID, module language and module version will uniquely identify the merge module.
The merge module's version.
A version string has the format "x.y.z" where x, y and z are numbers. Windows Installer actually allows 4 numbers in the string, but the last one is ignored when comparing versions. The maximum acceptable version string is "255.255.65535.65535". The following are examples of valid version strings: "3", "2.0", "2.11", "5.10.5".
Select between 32-bit, 64-bit for Intel processors and 64-bit for AMD processors.
Specify a GUID for the merge module. It is used to uniquely identify the merge module. Use thebutton to change it.
Normally there is no need to change this GUID. A possible case when you have to modify it is when you want to merge two different versions of a merge module into the same MSI.
You can add new custom Properties to your merge module.
If you use this property in a custom action you should append the GUID specified in the “Module GUID” field to the property's name.
Creating a new property
Use the Insert key while the list control is focused.toolbar button, the “New” list context menu item or press the
Modifying a property's name or value
Use the Space key while a name or value column in the list control is selected.button, the “Edit” list context menu item or press the
Removing a property
Use the Delete key while an element from the list control is selected.toolbar button, the “Delete” list context menu item or press the
The following attributes can be made configurable at merge time:
- Property Value
For more information about the resources and attributes that can be configured, please see: Configurable Merge Modules Page.