Posts Tagged ‘Wizard’


Introducing the MSI Wizard

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 by Alex Riedel
Both PrimalScript 2014 and PowerShell Studio 2014 will have to ability to create Windows Installer files (MSI) for your scripts, modules or packaged executables. It works pretty straightforward; put the files you want to install into a folder, enter some additional settings and mucho presto you have an installer. As we previously pointed out, this may be a transition for some of you. So we decided to make a time limited preview copy available for everyone to test. Let’s go through the fields and options. 1. Product Details Product Name: That is what you will see in the Control Panel’s…   More »

Changes are coming to the script packager

Monday, June 3rd, 2013 by Alex Riedel
The Script Packager has been a key feature of PrimalScript for many years now. Devised originally in the Windows 2000 era, it has some features that simply are no longer relevant or applicable in modern Windows versions. As many of you know, the packager has the ability to self-extract data files and COM objects when invoked. In that regard, packages work very much like a self-extracting ZIP files. Obviously that method did impose some size limitations, but it has worked well for many years. Starting with Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, this self-extracting nature of script packages became more…   More »

PowerShell Studio: New Form Template

Thursday, November 1st, 2012 by David Corrales
In the (v3.1.9) service release we introduced a new form template called: Wizard Template. This template simulates an application wizard by utilizing a TabControl to represent the various pages of the wizard. The template also includes navigation buttons that enable and disable depending on the current position and if the controls validate.   Each tab page has a sample input that must either be entered or checked in order to proceed. For example, tab page “Step 1” has a textbox that must have information entered before proceeding: Before Entering Text: The Next button is disabled.   After Entering Text: The…   More »

PowerShell WMI Wizard

Thursday, December 11th, 2008 by Jeffery Hicks
If you are a long time PrimalScript user, you know that it has always had support and wizards for WMI. The upcoming PrimalScript 2009 adds some new WMI features. But I like to tinker, especially with PowerShell. So I created a simple PowerShell script that creates an expression using Get-WMIObject. Think of it as a PowerShell WMI Wizard script.   More »