Sep 202007

Stephen Thomas hit me up to write an article for his newsletter (if you aren’t automatically getting it, you should sign up for it here).

I wrote about how to automatically uninstall a BAM definition as part of the MSI uninstall. You can read about it here:

The one dilemma I have is that I cannot seem to figure out how to get a batch script to resolve the installation path by using this code in a batch script:

for /f “skip=2 tokens=2,*” %%a in (‘reg query “HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\BizTalk Server\3.0” /v “InstallPath”‘) do SET BTSbm=”%%~bTracking\bm.exe remove-all -DefinitionFile:”

I am looking into it and will update this blog entry when I finally do figure it out.

  • Eric, see my blog post, I did this…..

    Note the comment about the delims…. get that wrong and it won’t work 🙂

  • Nice, great minds think a like! I did not even know you wrote about it also, It would have sped my writing of the article if I had known about it.
    The next blog entry explains where this variable needs to be in the script if you use variable resolution.

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