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    Question How to remove a DLL from a package compilation.

    Hello all, I am new with JDE XE B7333, and would like an aid to a problem we are having with compiling the FULL package in JDE, both in PY and DV.
    The build does not finish normally, it simply shuts down without the ************ Build Finished ************.
    When we open BUILDERROR find these messages below, I wonder would this be the cause of the build not normally shut down, because of this DLL? How do I remove it from the build?

    22:35:56 0
    22:35:56 0 WARNING: Parent dll, AGCODLL, not built. No business functions are assigned to the dll.
    22:35:56 0 Check the F9860 and F9861 to see if there are business functions assigned to this dll and if not delete the dll from Object Librarian.
    22:35:56 0 ERROR: At least one parent DLL was not built correctly. Check buildlog.txt in the work directory for details.
    22:35:56 0 Start copying NER .c and .h files to checkin location.
    22:36:01 0 Finish copying NER files to checkin location.
    22:36:01 0 Final size of spec files: count 40 size 2945253972.
    22:36:01 0 Check for compression Records.
    22:36:01 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\bin32 '.
    22:36:01 0 There were no files to compress for bin32 so there will be no CAB file.
    22:36:01 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\inclu de'.
    22:37:40 0 Package Compression complete for 'include'.
    22:37:40 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\lib32 '.
    22:37:40 0 There were no files to compress for lib32 so there will be no CAB file.
    22:37:40 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\make' .
    22:37:40 0 Package Compression complete for 'make'.
    22:37:40 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\obj'.
    22:37:40 0 Package Compression complete for 'obj'.
    22:37:40 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\res'.
    22:37:53 0 Package Compression complete for 'res'.
    22:37:53 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\spec' .
    22:47:03 0 Package Compression complete for 'spec'.
    22:47:03 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\work' .
    22:47:03 0 Package Compression complete for 'work'.
    22:47:03 0 Package Compression started for '\\CANSDEP01\B7333\DV7333\package\DV270618FB\sourc e'.
    22:48:25 0 Package Compression complete for 'source'.
    22:48:25 0 ERROR: There were errors in compressing. Check this log for the status of each compressed file.


    Att Pereiravdb.

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    Hi, since it didn't have a bin32 or lib32 folder to compress, it looks like your compile aborted due to the failure to build that DLL. There's a setting on the package build revisions form (I think it's also there in the Xe version) that's titled Stop-Build Option (on the 9.x version), where you can choose "Continue Build on All Errors". Try this setting, but remember to always read your buildlog.txt to make sure you don't have other potential problems!
    Regards,
    Kim Schmidt

    - E1 9.1.4 ,TR 9.2.2 , iSeries, DB2
    - formerly Xe, 8.0, SQL Server, Oracle

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    HI Kim...!

    Thanks for yur help, but we already have this option anabled, we will try to use the DEBUG option, to see if give us any more information.


    JDE Xe (B7333) Service Pack 24.1.3

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