This information applies to the following project types:
Conditional installation of your components can be useful if you are creating different versions of the same productfor example, a trial version and a full version. You might not want to provide full functionality in the trial version, therefore you would not install all of the components. Another use for conditional component installation is to save disk space. If the target system does not have enough disk space for all of the components, you can set non-required components to install conditionally.
Using the components Condition setting, you can enter a statement that the installation must evaluate before setting up your components data on the target system. The component is not installed if its condition evaluates to false. However, the component is installed or advertised if its condition evaluates to true, assuming that its feature is selected for installation.
To set a condition for a component in your project:
InstallShield performs basic condition validation; however, you should still double-check that your condition statements evaluate to the expected outcome. For more information and example conditions, see.
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