Attaching a UBEs .h file to a build


Legendary Poster
Hi guys,

I have created a BSFN that wakes up subsystem versions of R31410.

I use the UBE's .h file, which I generated locally to pass info into the R31410

This compiles fine with me locally.
The OMW project has the C++ the C++ DSTR the 2 UBE versions as subsystems.

My CNC team are now struggling to compile the BSFN with the following errors

"/App/jdedwards/e900_913/packages/DVUFP06/include/b5531410.h", line 28.10: 1506-296 (S) #include file <r31410.h> not found.
"b5531410.c", line 60.14: 1506-277 (S) Syntax error: possible missing ';' or ','?
"b5531410.c", line 97.21: 1506-045 (S) Undeclared identifier dsRI.
"b5531410.c", line 97.51: 1506-045 (S) Undeclared identifier DSRIR31410.

Thu Jan 14 11:04:14 - Updating status for Object 'C57GTS' to PKG_ERROR on 'GTSAX-JDED1'

Now to me, I think it's due to the fact they don't have the R31410.h file anywhere.

How we they ensure they do have this and that the BSFN builds correctly.




Legendary Poster
I'm pretty sure it will include the UBE header file (if it exists) when you include the base UBE object in the package build.



Legendary Poster
Ok cheers Craig.

For now, I've gone back to defining the UBE DSTR file parameters myself manually in the header file.
As that complied and built just fine. The R31410 is currently in another dev cycle. So i'll add it after it's done :)