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Package Build Error on Ent. Server

alexanac

Member
Hello,

I am running OneWorld Xe SP16.1 in a Windows 2000 environment (1 DEP/ 1 ENT) and am running into the following issue when trying to build a full package:

I am building the package for both client and server. The client side on the deployment server finishes fine and w/o error. The enterprise server side, however, gives me a multitude of errors in the generated pdf file. Starting w/ CAEC, most of the "C*" objects below that end in error. Further down in the pdf file, it lists each individual object that caused the "C*" objects in general to fail (there are over 100 pages of them). After checking the compile logs on the enterprise server, I see that every failed object gives the same error. It is as follows:

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

It looks like it is trying to build these objects by calling 'cl', but fails when it does so. I have never seen this error before. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance for any help!

- Tony
 

HSICKEL

Well Known Member
Hello Tony,

did you install VC++ with the NT-Userprofil JDE . If not, you have to change
the environment-variable for the C-Compiler do system-variables.
Regards
Herbert
On 3 Oct 2001, at 7:55, alexanac wrote:

Further down in the pdf file, it lists each individual object that caused the "C*" objects in general to fail (there are over 100 pages of them). After checking the compile logs on the enterprise server, I see that every failed object gives the same error. It is as follows:
 

jponce

Member
The NT account that you're using to generate the build (maybe JDE account)
does not have the path for lib, include and MSDev to start the compiler . In
Windows 2000, I've found that you had to set them in all the accounts which
you will run package builds.
Hope this helps,


Julia Ponce
Supervisor System Security/Software
City of London
(519) 661-5877
jponce@city.london.on.ca
 

andymcclure

Well Known Member
Anthony,

The problem could be one of 2 things:


1. The MS C++ Compiler Environment Variables have not been copied to the
System Variables.

or

2. The MS C++ compiler is not loaded on the Enterprise Server and the
system enviornment variables have not been configured.



Hope this helps


Andy
 

jdcmwilson

Well Known Member
It sound like you don't have the C++ environment variables registered on the
workstation on which you are attempting to build the package.

An easy way to determine this is to go to a "DOS" prompt and type "cl". If
you get "bad command or filename" you env. variables are not registered.
You need to either register these manually or re-install C++ and make sure
you check the "box" that says to register your environment variables.

Hope this helps!

James Wilson
CNC Consultant

OW Xe B73.3.3 SP16 AIX
IBM RS/6000 AIX 4.3.3 Enterprise Server (Central Objects)
Oracle DB 8.1.6.3
NT 4.0 Deployment Server
"fat" Win95/Win98 and TSE/Citrix "thin" clients
ZenWorks - using to deploy initial OneWorld clients








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