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myjde
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Package Build - BSFN
new       #126283 - 10/24/07 02:27 AM

Hi All,

Thanking you all in advance.
Directly to my issue,
I have done some modifications to an existing BSFN X00500.c Chekin the object. My CNC tried to build the package on both server and client.It says successful.and deployed to server and to some machines. When if I use this BSFN on server(Run a UBE which uses it)it doesn't reflect my changes. But if try it on local machine it works as I changed. Can anyone help me here?


B9 - 8.9 Tools 8.9/DB2 on AS 400 V5R3/Windows 2003 Servers.

Ragards,
Mereena


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Re: Package Build - BSFN
[Re: myjde]       #126325 - 10/24/07 01:52 PM

If you submit the UBE with Logging - are you getting any error messages?

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Re: Package Build - BSFN
new [Re: DBohner-(db)]       #126447 - 10/29/07 02:00 AM Attachment (178 downloads)

my X00500.err file says
'cl' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.


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Re: Package Build - BSFN
new [Re: myjde]       #126479 - 10/30/07 03:44 AM

unable to select the BSFN library (CCustom) Custom lib while building an update package in E1 8.11 SP1 TR 8.96. Pls advice

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Re: Package Build - BSFN
new [Re: Abhijit Angne]       #126553 - 10/31/07 09:29 AM

Is this the first time you've ever created a custom bsfn function and put it in the CCUSTOM library? If so, this library does not exist by default in JDE and has to be created. There used to be a KG document on the steps that need to be followed to create a new bsfn library. You might be able to find it by searching the Oracle customer site.

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Re: Package Build - BSFN
new [Re: eydeak]       #126675 - 11/05/07 04:56 PM

If you are creating a new BSFN Library (aka .dll) for the first time. Just do a Full build in Busbuild.exe and it will be created.

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Re: Package Build - BSFN
new [Re: myjde]       #126681 - 11/06/07 01:48 AM

This sounds like you are getting the error while doing a server build on a Windows Enterprise Server?

"CL" is the command for the Visual C++ compiler from Microsoft. If the error message says it can't find it, then we'll have to check:

- Is the Visual C++ compiler in your PATH environment variable?
- Are the appropriate Visual C++ directories referenced in your server's JDE.INI file?
- Did something happen to your C++ installation? Look through your directories and files.

I'm forgetting, because I didn't work much with B9, but are you using Visual C++ 6.0, or Visual Studio .NET 2003? If it's Visual C++ 6, then there is the old problem of the environment variables being associated with the user ID who installed it, and not the user ID who is running the JDE services. This is more complicated to fix, but can be done.

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