Known Issue with bad manifest

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3 weeks 5 days ago #332 by timothybemis33
Replied by timothybemis33 on topic Known Issue with bad manifest
It appears no what is done even simply opening a working appv and chosing save breaks the manifest. I have submitted the files for inspection to see whats happening , Hopefully we can work it out.

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3 weeks 5 days ago #331 by timothybemis33
Replied by timothybemis33 on topic Known Issue with bad manifest
Solved the issue by Uninstalling TMedit 1.8 and went with version 1.3.01 and works like a charm now. So not sure what the difference is hope it helps Tim and team.

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3 weeks 5 days ago #330 by timothybemis33
Replied by timothybemis33 on topic Known Issue with bad manifest
I have the newest 1.8 build of Tmedit.
Sequenced on windows 7x86 Sequencer is 5.1
Target is Win 10 1709 x64
Sequencing office 2010 utilizing just Excel and Access.
I do use the Deployment kit with integrator per MS suggested.
Package works but i wanted to remove the FTA's So i used tmedit.
Removed just the FTA's and saved it.
But i get Add-AppvClientPackage : Package manifest is invalid. Validation of elements in AppV namespace failed.
Operation attempted: Retrieve Package and Version IDs From Package URL.
AppV Error Code: 1400000007.
any thoughts?

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5 months 1 week ago #312 by Kahuna
Known Issue with bad manifest was created by Kahuna
Just a note to document a known issue. If you edit a package with TMEdit that has a URL Protocol handler that contains Shell entries, the saved TMEdit package drops some of the namespace markings on those elements. The package is fine under App-V, but ACE doesn't like the package. A private fix was made that resolved the issue for the customer; this will be included in the next release (the next one after 1.5.0.0).

Tim

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