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Installation Failure
#1
We are trying to install Families Sync and receive the message, "Unable to retrieve application files. Files corrupt in deployment." The details are:


PLATFORM VERSION INFO
Windows : 5.1.2600.196608 (Win32NT)
Common Language Runtime : 2.0.50727.3607
System.Deployment.dll : 2.0.50727.3053 (netfxsp.050727-3000)
mscorwks.dll : 2.0.50727.3607 (GDR.050727-3600)
dfdll.dll : 2.0.50727.3053 (netfxsp.050727-3000)
dfshim.dll : 2.0.50727.3053 (netfxsp.050727-3000)

SOURCES
Deployment url : http://www.telgen.co.uk/families/downloa...pplication
Server : Apache
Deployment Provider url : http://www.telgen.co.uk/families/downloa...pplication
Application url : http://www.telgen.co.uk/families/downloa...e.manifest
Server : Apache

IDENTITIES
Deployment Identity : Families Sync.application, Version=1.0.10.1, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=8948ef33a42ba171, processorArchitecture=x86
Application Identity : Families Sync.exe, Version=1.0.10.1, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=8948ef33a42ba171, processorArchitecture=x86, type=win32

APPLICATION SUMMARY
* Installable application.

ERROR SUMMARY
Below is a summary of the errors, details of these errors are listed later in the log.
* Activation of http://www.telgen.co.uk/families/download/Families Sync.application resulted in exception. Following failure messages were detected:
+ Exception occurred loading manifest from file System.Data.SQLite.dll: the manifest may not be valid or the file could not be opened.
+ File System.Data.SQLite.dll is not a valid Portable Executable (PE) file.
+ PE file does not have enough data.

COMPONENT STORE TRANSACTION FAILURE SUMMARY
No transaction error was detected.

WARNINGS
There were no warnings during this operation.

OPERATION PROGRESS STATUS
* [8/6/2010 3:06:51 PM] : Activation of http://www.telgen.co.uk/families/download/Families Sync.application has started.
* [8/6/2010 3:06:51 PM] : Processing of deployment manifest has successfully completed.
* [8/6/2010 3:06:51 PM] : Installation of the application has started.
* [8/6/2010 3:06:52 PM] : Processing of application manifest has successfully completed.
* [8/6/2010 3:06:59 PM] : Request of trust and detection of platform is complete.

ERROR DETAILS
Following errors were detected during this operation.
* [8/6/2010 3:07:19 PM] System.Deployment.Application.InvalidDeploymentException (ManifestLoad)
- Exception occurred loading manifest from file System.Data.SQLite.dll: the manifest may not be valid or the file could not be opened.
- Source: System.Deployment
- Stack trace:
at System.Deployment.Application.Manifest.AssemblyManifest.ManifestLoadExceptionHelper(Exception exception, String filePath)
at System.Deployment.Application.Manifest.AssemblyManifest.LoadFromInternalManifestFile(String filePath)
at System.Deployment.Application.Manifest.AssemblyManifest..ctor(String filePath)
at System.Deployment.Application.DownloadManager.ProcessDownloadedFile(Object sender, DownloadEventArgs e)
at System.Deployment.Application.FileDownloader.DownloadModifiedEventHandler.Invoke(Object sender, DownloadEventArgs e)
at System.Deployment.Application.FileDownloader.OnModified()
at System.Deployment.Application.SystemNetDownloader.DownloadSingleFile(DownloadQueueItem next)
at System.Deployment.Application.SystemNetDownloader.DownloadAllFiles()
at System.Deployment.Application.FileDownloader.Download(SubscriptionState subState)
at System.Deployment.Application.DownloadManager.DownloadDependencies(SubscriptionState subState, AssemblyManifest deployManifest, AssemblyManifest appManifest, Uri sourceUriBase, String targetDirectory, String group, IDownloadNotification notification, DownloadOptions options)
at System.Deployment.Application.ApplicationActivator.DownloadApplication(SubscriptionState subState, ActivationDescription actDesc, Int64 transactionId, TempDirectory& downloadTemp)
at System.Deployment.Application.ApplicationActivator.InstallApplication(SubscriptionState& subState, ActivationDescription actDesc)
at System.Deployment.Application.ApplicationActivator.PerformDeploymentActivation(Uri activationUri, Boolean isShortcut, String textualSubId, String deploymentProviderUrlFromExtension, BrowserSettings browserSettings, String& errorPageUrl)
at System.Deployment.Application.ApplicationActivator.ActivateDeploymentWorker(Object state)
--- Inner Exception ---
System.IO.IOException
- File System.Data.SQLite.dll is not a valid Portable Executable (PE) file.
- Source: System.Deployment
- Stack trace:
at System.Deployment.Application.PEStream.ConstructFromFile(String filePath, Boolean partialConstruct)
at System.Deployment.Application.PEStream..ctor(String filePath, Boolean partialConstruct)
at System.Deployment.Application.Manifest.AssemblyManifest.LoadFromInternalManifestFile(String filePath)
--- Inner Exception ---
System.IO.IOException
- PE file does not have enough data.
- Source: System.Deployment
- Stack trace:
at System.Deployment.Application.PEStream.PEComponent.ReadData(FileStream file, Int64 position, Type dataType)
at System.Deployment.Application.PEStream.ResourceDirectory..ctor(ResourceSection resourceSection, FileStream file, Int64 rootResourceAddress, Int64 resourceAddress, Int64 addressDelta, Boolean partialConstruct)
at System.Deployment.Application.PEStream.ResourceSection..ctor(FileStream file, SectionHeader sectionHeader, Boolean partialConstruct)
at System.Deployment.Application.PEStream.ConstructPEImage(FileStream file, Boolean partialConstruct)
at System.Deployment.Application.PEStream.ConstructFromFile(String filePath, Boolean partialConstruct)

COMPONENT STORE TRANSACTION DETAILS
No transaction information is available.
#2
This is a strange error which I've not seen before, although a search on the web indicates that other people have had this error in various circumstances. I've just checked the installation files on the web site and there appears to be nothing wrong with them. Have you tried more than once to install?

Can you check in Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs whether you have .NET Framework SP2 installed and, if not, download and install it from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...laylang=en.

Malcolm Green
#3
(06-Aug-2010, 11:48 PM)malgre Wrote: This is a strange error which I've not seen before, although a search on the web indicates that other people have had this error in various circumstances. I've just checked the installation files on the web site and there appears to be nothing wrong with them. Have you tried more than once to install?

Can you check in Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs whether you have .NET Framework SP2 installed and, if not, download and install it from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...laylang=en.

Malcolm Green

We have .NET1, 2, and 3. Do we need to remove 3?
#4
(07-Aug-2010, 12:01 AM)rodbrown Wrote:
(06-Aug-2010, 11:48 PM)malgre Wrote: This is a strange error which I've not seen before, although a search on the web indicates that other people have had this error in various circumstances. I've just checked the installation files on the web site and there appears to be nothing wrong with them. Have you tried more than once to install?

Can you check in Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs whether you have .NET Framework SP2 installed and, if not, download and install it from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...laylang=en.

Malcolm Green

We have .NET1, 2, and 3. Do we need to remove 3?

No need to remove 3, but does .NET Framework 2 have SP2 installed (Add or Remove Programs should list it as Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 2). If there is no service pack, or only SP1 then you should install SP2 from the link I gave.

Malcolm
#5
(07-Aug-2010, 09:33 AM)malgre Wrote:
(07-Aug-2010, 12:01 AM)rodbrown Wrote:
(06-Aug-2010, 11:48 PM)malgre Wrote: This is a strange error which I've not seen before, although a search on the web indicates that other people have had this error in various circumstances. I've just checked the installation files on the web site and there appears to be nothing wrong with them. Have you tried more than once to install?

Can you check in Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs whether you have .NET Framework SP2 installed and, if not, download and install it from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai...laylang=en.

Malcolm Green

We have .NET1, 2, and 3. Do we need to remove 3?

No need to remove 3, but does .NET Framework 2 have SP2 installed (Add or Remove Programs should list it as Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 Service Pack 2). If there is no service pack, or only SP1 then you should install SP2 from the link I gave.

Malcolm

Malcolm,
Thank you for your help. However, we do have all three service packs. Another complication may be that we are running XP in Fusion on a Mac.
#6
Rod,

I've created a modified installation in which the System.Data.SQLite.dll file (for which the error was reported) has slightly different installation attributes. Could you try the following: a) Uninstall Families Sync using Add or Remove Programs (if it got as far as registering the installation) and b) install Families Sync again from http://www.telgen.co.uk/families/downloa...ublish.htm (note that this is a different URL from the standard installation).

Malcolm
#7
(08-Aug-2010, 08:59 AM)admin Wrote: Rod,

I've created a modified installation in which the System.Data.SQLite.dll file (for which the error was reported) has slightly different installation attributes. Could you try the following: a) Uninstall Families Sync using Add or Remove Programs (if it got as far as registering the installation) and b) install Families Sync again from http://www.telgen.co.uk/families/downloa...ublish.htm (note that this is a different URL from the standard installation).

Malcolm

Malcolm,

Thank you for all your help. The new installation didn't work, even after trying (unsuccessfully) to reinstall System.Data.SQLite.dll. However, as I was logging out I ran the Windows Update, which had SP4, so I then tried the installation again. It worked!

Rod
#8
(10-Aug-2010, 12:57 AM)rodbrown Wrote: Malcolm,

Thank you for all your help. The new installation didn't work, even after trying (unsuccessfully) to reinstall System.Data.SQLite.dll. However, as I was logging out I ran the Windows Update, which had SP4, so I then tried the installation again. It worked!

Rod

Glad to know the problem is resolved. I'll add an FAQ entry to advise people to do Windows Update if they hit this problem.

Malcolm


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