MSI does not identify the named instance of SQL and throws the error message we
specified in the system requirement check. See attached snapshot.
1. Create an MSI, add a system requirement check to check if SQL server is
installed (Windows Installer editor -> System requirements page).
2. Run this MSI on a machine which has only non-default named instance of SQL
SQL version" system requirement action does not identify SQL installed if non-default instance is installed.
This is a known issue and Development has created a point fix. Please contact support for the point fix.
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