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Roberta Ravanelli
Hello Trevor,
I'm having an issue with the .aeb installation file: I get "Invalid AEB target application." or "Extension can only be installed on Opticks versions between 4.12.0 and 4.12.*. The application version number is 4.12Nightly20140410.18697."
I've tried several combinations for the <aebl:targetApplication> tag (e.g. min 4.12.0, max 4.12.*; min 4.12Nightly20140410.18697, max 4.12.*; min 4.11), but none of them work.
Maybe the issue is caused by the fact that I'm using a Nightly build version of Opticks, but I'm not sure.
Attached there is the last install.rdf file I've used, but if you want I can upload all the .aeb file on the repository.

Best regards,
Roberta

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Re: Issue with .aeb installation file

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Nightly versions need to be specified exactly. You can try using the rc1 if you want. You will need to manually copy hdf.dll, szip.dll, and zlib.dll into the bin folder if you use it. Put 4.12.0rc1 as the min version and 4.12.* as the max. Get it at http://opticks.org/downloads/opticks/4.12.0rc1/

On Aug 26, 2014 7:27 AM, "Roberta Ravanelli" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello Trevor,
I'm having an issue with the .aeb installation file: I get "Invalid AEB target application." or "Extension can only be installed on Opticks versions between 4.12.0 and 4.12.*. The application version number is 4.12Nightly20140410.18697."
I've tried several combinations for the <aebl:targetApplication> tag (e.g. min 4.12.0, max 4.12.*; min 4.12Nightly20140410.18697, max 4.12.*; min 4.11), but none of them work.
Maybe the issue is caused by the fact that I'm using a Nightly build version of Opticks, but I'm not sure.
Attached there is the last install.rdf file I've used, but if you want I can upload all the .aeb file on the repository.

Best regards,
Roberta

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Re: Issue with .aeb installation file

Roberta Ravanelli
Hello Trevor,
up to now the aeb installation file works only in the batch mode (copying  the aeb to the opticks install directory in the Extensions/AutoInstall directory, then opening an administrator CMD window and running OpticksBatch.exe).
In this way, when I start the Opticks.exe I find the Plug-In installed (with the help, license...).
But if I drag and drop the aeb file directly inside Opitcks window, the Plug-In doesn't install  and I get the message "Error installing the extension".
Hdf.dll (found in the Plugins Build folder of the SDK), hdf.dll (found on internet), szip.dll, zlib.dll, hdf5.dll and hdf5dll.dll (fthese last 4 dlls found in the Plugins Bin folder of the SDK) are all in the Opticks Installation Bin folder (C:\Program Files\Opticks\4.12.0rc1\Bin or C:\Program Files\Opticks\4.12Nightly20140410.18697\Bin).
This behavior occurs for both the 4.12.0rc1 and 4.12Nightly20140410.18697 Opticks versions.

Best regards,
Roberta


2014-08-26 14:29 GMT+02:00 Trevor Clarke <[hidden email]>:

Nightly versions need to be specified exactly. You can try using the rc1 if you want. You will need to manually copy hdf.dll, szip.dll, and zlib.dll into the bin folder if you use it. Put 4.12.0rc1 as the min version and 4.12.* as the max. Get it at http://opticks.org/downloads/opticks/4.12.0rc1/

On Aug 26, 2014 7:27 AM, "Roberta Ravanelli" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello Trevor,
I'm having an issue with the .aeb installation file: I get "Invalid AEB target application." or "Extension can only be installed on Opticks versions between 4.12.0 and 4.12.*. The application version number is 4.12Nightly20140410.18697."
I've tried several combinations for the <aebl:targetApplication> tag (e.g. min 4.12.0, max 4.12.*; min 4.12Nightly20140410.18697, max 4.12.*; min 4.11), but none of them work.
Maybe the issue is caused by the fact that I'm using a Nightly build version of Opticks, but I'm not sure.
Attached there is the last install.rdf file I've used, but if you want I can upload all the .aeb file on the repository.

Best regards,
Roberta

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Re: Issue with .aeb installation file

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This is a known issue on Windows 7 and has to do with permissions. To install anything in “program files” admin privs are needed but opticks does not request privilege elevation. You can work around this by choosing run as administrator when running opticks to perform an aeb install. Then you need to go to Help->Extensions and choose the install option there (you can’t drag and drop from a normal window to an admin window).

 

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From: Roberta Ravanelli [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 9:23 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Opticks-devs] Issue with .aeb installation file

 

Hello Trevor,

up to now the aeb installation file works only in the batch mode (copying  the aeb to the opticks install directory in the Extensions/AutoInstall directory, then opening an administrator CMD window and running OpticksBatch.exe).

In this way, when I start the Opticks.exe I find the Plug-In installed (with the help, license...).

But if I drag and drop the aeb file directly inside Opitcks window, the Plug-In doesn't install  and I get the message "Error installing the extension".

Hdf.dll (found in the Plugins Build folder of the SDK), hdf.dll (found on internet), szip.dll, zlib.dll, hdf5.dll and hdf5dll.dll (fthese last 4 dlls found in the Plugins Bin folder of the SDK) are all in the Opticks Installation Bin folder (C:\Program Files\Opticks\4.12.0rc1\Bin or C:\Program Files\Opticks\4.12Nightly20140410.18697\Bin).

This behavior occurs for both the 4.12.0rc1 and 4.12Nightly20140410.18697 Opticks versions.

 

Best regards,

Roberta

 

2014-08-26 14:29 GMT+02:00 Trevor Clarke <[hidden email]>:

Nightly versions need to be specified exactly. You can try using the rc1 if you want. You will need to manually copy hdf.dll, szip.dll, and zlib.dll into the bin folder if you use it. Put 4.12.0rc1 as the min version and 4.12.* as the max. Get it at http://opticks.org/downloads/opticks/4.12.0rc1/

On Aug 26, 2014 7:27 AM, "Roberta Ravanelli" <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello Trevor,

I'm having an issue with the .aeb installation file: I get "Invalid AEB target application." or "Extension can only be installed on Opticks versions between 4.12.0 and 4.12.*. The application version number is 4.12Nightly20140410.18697."

I've tried several combinations for the <aebl:targetApplication> tag (e.g. min 4.12.0, max 4.12.*; min 4.12Nightly20140410.18697, max 4.12.*; min 4.11), but none of them work.

Maybe the issue is caused by the fact that I'm using a Nightly build version of Opticks, but I'm not sure.

Attached there is the last install.rdf file I've used, but if you want I can upload all the .aeb file on the repository.

 

Best regards,

Roberta

 

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Re: Issue with .aeb installation file

Dustan Adkins
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Trevor is correct. However, you can use drag and drop to install AEBs on Windows if you completely disable UAC and run everything as administrator by default. This is conceptually equivalent to running everything as root on linux and poses the same security implications.

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Subject: [Opticks-devs] Issue with .aeb installation file
Date: Wed, Aug 27, 2014 9:40 am


This is a known issue on Windows 7 and has to do with permissions. To install anything in “program files” admin privs are needed but opticks does not request privilege elevation. You can work around this by choosing run as administrator when running opticks to perform an aeb install. Then you need to go to Help->Extensions and choose the install option there (you can’t drag and drop from a normal window to an admin window).

 

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Software Engineer, Ball Aerospace

(937)320-7087

 

From: Roberta Ravanelli [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 9:23 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Opticks-devs] Issue with .aeb installation file

 

Hello Trevor,

up to now the aeb installation file works only in the batch mode (copying  the aeb to the opticks install directory in the Extensions/AutoInstall directory, then opening an administrator CMD window and running OpticksBatch.exe).

In this way, when I start the Opticks.exe I find the Plug-In installed (with the help, license...).

But if I drag and drop the aeb file directly inside Opitcks window, the Plug-In doesn't install  and I get the message "Error installing the extension".

Hdf.dll (found in the Plugins Build folder of the SDK), hdf.dll (found on internet), szip.dll, zlib.dll, hdf5.dll and hdf5dll.dll (fthese last 4 dlls found in the Plugins Bin folder of the SDK) are all in the Opticks Installation Bin folder (C:\Program Files\Opticks\4.12.0rc1\Bin or C:\Program Files\Opticks\4.12Nightly20140410.18697\Bin).

This behavior occurs for both the 4.12.0rc1 and 4.12Nightly20140410.18697 Opticks versions.

 

Best regards,

Roberta

 

2014-08-26 14:29 GMT+02:00 Trevor Clarke <[hidden email]>:

Nightly versions need to be specified exactly. You can try using the rc1 if you want. You will need to manually copy hdf.dll, szip.dll, and zlib.dll into the bin folder if you use it. Put 4.12.0rc1 as the min version and 4.12.* as the max. Get it at http://opticks.org/downloads/opticks/4.12.0rc1/

On Aug 26, 2014 7:27 AM, "Roberta Ravanelli" <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello Trevor,

I'm having an issue with the .aeb installation file: I get "Invalid AEB target application." or "Extension can only be installed on Opticks versions between 4.12.0 and 4.12.*. The application version number is 4.12Nightly20140410.18697."

I've tried several combinations for the <aebl:targetApplication> tag (e.g. min 4.12.0, max 4.12.*; min 4.12Nightly20140410.18697, max 4.12.*; min 4.11), but none of them work.

Maybe the issue is caused by the fact that I'm using a Nightly build version of Opticks, but I'm not sure.

Attached there is the last install.rdf file I've used, but if you want I can upload all the .aeb file on the repository.

 

Best regards,

Roberta

 

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Re: Issue with .aeb installation file

Roberta Ravanelli
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Yes, the aeb file works running Opticks as administrator and going to Help->Extensions.
This permission issue happens also on Windows 8.1, the version of Windows I'm using.
I'll put the aeb installation file on the github repository.
Thank you for your precious help.
Best regards,
Roberta


2014-08-27 15:40 GMT+02:00 Clarke, Trevor <[hidden email]>:

This is a known issue on Windows 7 and has to do with permissions. To install anything in “program files” admin privs are needed but opticks does not request privilege elevation. You can work around this by choosing run as administrator when running opticks to perform an aeb install. Then you need to go to Help->Extensions and choose the install option there (you can’t drag and drop from a normal window to an admin window).

 

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Software Engineer, Ball Aerospace

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From: Roberta Ravanelli [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 9:23 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Opticks-devs] Issue with .aeb installation file

 

Hello Trevor,

up to now the aeb installation file works only in the batch mode (copying  the aeb to the opticks install directory in the Extensions/AutoInstall directory, then opening an administrator CMD window and running OpticksBatch.exe).

In this way, when I start the Opticks.exe I find the Plug-In installed (with the help, license...).

But if I drag and drop the aeb file directly inside Opitcks window, the Plug-In doesn't install  and I get the message "Error installing the extension".

Hdf.dll (found in the Plugins Build folder of the SDK), hdf.dll (found on internet), szip.dll, zlib.dll, hdf5.dll and hdf5dll.dll (fthese last 4 dlls found in the Plugins Bin folder of the SDK) are all in the Opticks Installation Bin folder (C:\Program Files\Opticks\4.12.0rc1\Bin or C:\Program Files\Opticks\4.12Nightly20140410.18697\Bin).

This behavior occurs for both the 4.12.0rc1 and 4.12Nightly20140410.18697 Opticks versions.

 

Best regards,

Roberta

 

2014-08-26 14:29 GMT+02:00 Trevor Clarke <[hidden email]>:

Nightly versions need to be specified exactly. You can try using the rc1 if you want. You will need to manually copy hdf.dll, szip.dll, and zlib.dll into the bin folder if you use it. Put 4.12.0rc1 as the min version and 4.12.* as the max. Get it at http://opticks.org/downloads/opticks/4.12.0rc1/

On Aug 26, 2014 7:27 AM, "Roberta Ravanelli" <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello Trevor,

I'm having an issue with the .aeb installation file: I get "Invalid AEB target application." or "Extension can only be installed on Opticks versions between 4.12.0 and 4.12.*. The application version number is 4.12Nightly20140410.18697."

I've tried several combinations for the <aebl:targetApplication> tag (e.g. min 4.12.0, max 4.12.*; min 4.12Nightly20140410.18697, max 4.12.*; min 4.11), but none of them work.

Maybe the issue is caused by the fact that I'm using a Nightly build version of Opticks, but I'm not sure.

Attached there is the last install.rdf file I've used, but if you want I can upload all the .aeb file on the repository.

 

Best regards,

Roberta

 

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