Package Build Problems

MagarG

VIP Member
Enterprise: AS400 V4R5
Deployment: NT6a SQL 7 SP2
Visual C++ 6.0 SP4
CO on Deployment
Xe SP15
Running Package build on the Deployment Server.

We have never attempted a full package build. We have simply used the pre-delivered packages with the initial install. Our initial install was SP14.1. A couple of days ago we applied SP15, the 002, 006, and 007 one-offs. We are now trying to run a full package build for the DeVelopment environment. We are getting the following errors for the Client build:

1. The NoSource.txt file is yielding over 1900 entries...
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\X0005.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F00UI391.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F00UI392.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F00UI393.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F0002.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F00021.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F00022.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F00023.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F0004.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F0004D.c
...
...
...
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F993022.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F993023.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F99303.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\F99410.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\X0010.c

Under the path, for example, there is a F0004.h file, but no F0004.c file.

2. We intially ran the full package build and we were logged onto the JDEPLAN environment. The Client build finished successfully but we still got the missing source errors. There were no machines under the Planner environment so we decided we made a mistake and needed to run it under DeVelopement because we could not deploy it. Now when we run the build when logged onto the DV, we get 6 business functions that won't compile (CLOC, COBJLIB, CTOOL, CALLBSFN, CDIST, CHRM). The errors in the BuildLog.txt indicate several hundred syntax errors with semi colons and ')' when trying to generate the NERs. For example:

N76A0420.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\N76A0420.c(223) : error C2059: syntax error : ')'
N76A0710.c
\\ONEWORLD\B7333\DV7333\package\DV7333FA\source\N76A0710.c(105) : error C2059: syntax error : ';'

Anyone seen this before or any ideas on troubleshooting? Thanks,
Grant

Milton Hershey School
 

tompm

Member
We encountered a similar problem on 7331 a while back and we found that many
of our .h files were corrupt. When we looked at the files, we found that
they had the last 1~20 lines repeated. I had to edit them to remove the
offending code. No cause was ever found.
According to JDE website, you should have SP3 for SQL 7.0 and SP3 for C++.
We have similar results in the nosource.txt in Xe SP14.1 and SP15. See SAR
5102348. This may not be of concern.

Good Luck
TomM
 

cdawes

VIP Member
1. The nosource.txt file is a useless piece of information. Check your
pristine environment and you'll notice that many of these files actually
have no source, thus why would JDE tell you this again? Unfortunately the
nosource.txt lists the objects that are not supposed to have source and the
objects that are supposed to have source but do not. How then do you figure
oput what is supposed to have source and what isn't? Easy you don't. I've
already put in an enhancement SAR to request that the nosource.txt only show
objects that do not have source but are actually supposed to.

2. If you're using the deployment server to build a package then you should
be in the DEPB733 (Deployment) environment.

Colin




Colin Dawes, MSc
City of Guelph
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rpollard48

Member
JDE does only support C++6 SP3. I have been using SP4 for the past 4
months and have not encountered any problems, so that is not the root
cause of your problem. I would check your environment variables again
by confirming the spelling, correct path for each, and that they are
under your system variables.

Robby=20
 

MagarG

VIP Member
Re: RE: Package Build Problems

1. Ok, I checked and also got confirmation that the nosource.txt files are ok. Thanks.

2. We still continue to get strange errors when running a package build from the deployment
server using the DEP environment. These are under the \log directory but show up as syntax errors
under the Buildlog.txt.
 

oneworld_101

Active Member
Grant,

The error that your getting is that for a Server package only. What happens
to the client package? does that build successfully.



----- Original Message -----
From: "MagarG" <MagarG@mhs-pa.org>
To: <jdelistml@jdelist.com>
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 1:19 PM
Subject: Package Build Problems


pre-delivered packages with the initial install. Our initial install was
SP14.1. A couple of days ago we applied SP15, the 002, 006, and 007
one-offs. We are now trying to run a full package build for the DeVelopment
environment. We are getting the following errors for the Client build:
JDEPLAN environment. The Client build finished successfully but we still
got the missing source errors. There were no machines under the Planner
environment so we decided we made a mistake and needed to run it under
DeVelopement because we could not deploy it. Now when we run the build when
logged onto the DV, we get 6 business functions that won't compile (CLOC,
COBJLIB, CTOOL, CALLBSFN, CDIST, CHRM). The errors in the BuildLog.txt
indicate several hundred syntax errors with semi colons and ')' when trying
to generate the NERs. For example:
C2059: syntax error : ')'
C2059: syntax error : ';'
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