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LV 2011 Build Installer Error code -30

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Using LabVIEW 2011 SP1 winth Windows 7.  Made changes to a program and tried to create a new executable and installer.  Executable worked fine.  Got the following error when I tried to create an installer:

 

CDK_Build_Invoke.vi.ProxyCaller >> CDK_Build_Invoke.vi >> CDK_Engine_Main.vi >> IB_MSI.lvclass:Build.vi >> IB_MSI.lvclass:Engine_InitializeDistribution.vi >> NI_MDF.lvlib:MDFConfig_SetDistributionLanguage.vi


Loading product deployment information
 
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*** Error: Improper function call or command line argument. (Error code -30)
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*** Error Details:
Error in MDF API function: _MDFConfig_SetDistributionLanguage
The MDF does not have support for distribution language LANGID 9.
*** End Error Report
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Any help is appreciated.

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This thread suggests uninstalling and re-installing LabVIEW, and making sure you have all updates.

 

http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Can-t-build-any-installer/td-p/2120890

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Hello,

I have the same Issue with LabView 2016. In reinstalled LabView 32 bit and nothing chaged. Always this Error Message when I try to create an install package:

 

Click the link below to visit the Application Builder support page. Use the following information as a reference:


CDK_Build_Invoke.vi.ProxyCaller >> CDK_Build_Invoke.vi >> CDK_Engine_Main.vi >> IB_MSI.lvclass:Build.vi >> IB_MSI.lvclass:Engine_InitializeDistribution.vi >> NI_MDF.lvlib:MDFConfig_SetDistributionLanguage.vi


The following errors and warnings were recorded during the build:

Error:
Internal error.
Details:
The installer builder does not have support for installer language LANGID 9. Go to ni.com/info and enter the Info Code InstallerBuilderSupport to obtain more information about errors generated when building an installer.
Code:
-30

Where is this missing LANGID 9?

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Hi Tegich,

 

When you reinstalled LabVIEW, did you try explicitly right-clicking the setup.exe and running the installer as an administrator?

 

Also, I'd recommend posting this question on a new thread so that more people are likely to see it.

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Brandon Grey
Certified LabVIEW Architect

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