I'm trying to install Powerbuilder 2017 silently onto Windows 2016, however I can see the pre-requisite is SQLAnywhere2017.
Installing PB manually I can decide NOT to install SQLAnywhere, so wondering what's the reason behind this being required for silent/unattended installation?
I'd like to automate PB installation, but this requirement iscausing me a lot of problem as SQLAnywhere 2017 cannot be installed silently if I want to have only the developer/evaluation license.
Is there a way to install Powerbuilder 2017 silently without SQLAnywhere? Or is there a workaround?
Thank you very much getting back to me on this.
Surprised to hear this - how other people installing Powerbuilder? I'd be amazed if I'm the only one who wants to automate this process.
Is there a way to make the Powerbuilder silent installation "believe" that SQLAnywhere does exist? Like adding in some dummy files/registry keys/etc. Just want to find a workaround for this.
Don't get me wrong I'm not expecting this to be an official answer, but some little trick to get around this would be highly appreciated.