1. Marius Visser
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  3. Thursday, 26 July 2018

I am trying to execute a command line build :

pbc170.exe /d "C:\Build\PBTit-CCH-17\PBL\ge_imed\imed.pbt" /o "C:\Build\PBTit-CCH-17\PBL\ge_imed\imed.exe" /r "C:\Build\PBTit-CCH-17\PBL\ge_bitmaps\imedicons.pbr" /w n /f /m y /tr n /in n /op 0 /x 32 /bg y /p "i2" /cp "PBT Insurance Technologies" /de "Sybase, Inc. Product File" /v "1,0,0,1" /fv "0.0.0.0" /ge 0 

 

Everything seems to work perfectly :

Creating : fine

Stage 1 : fine 

Stage 2 : fine

Regenerating : fine

Rebuild complete 


Creation of dynamic library failed
Creation of dynamic library failed
Creation of dynamic library failed
Creation of dynamic library failed
Creation of dynamic library failed
Creation of dynamic library failed
Creation of dynamic library failed
Creation of dynamic library failed

It does not create the dll's and exe???

 

Any advice or suggestions would be apreciated

Regards

 

Susana Domingos Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi all,

Same here, compiles without any issues in IDE, throws "Creation of dynamic library failed" while automating with Azure Devops using cmd task:

pbc190.exe /d "\myProject.pbt" /o "\myProject.exe" /r "\myProject.pbr" /w n /f /m y /tr n /in y /op 0 /x 32 /bg y /p "myProject" /cp "MyCompany" /de "myProject" /cr "myCopyright" /v "5.8462.$(Date:yyyyMMdd).$(Rev:.rrr)" /vn "5.8462.$(Date:yyyyMMdd).$(Rev:.rrr)" /fv "5.8462.$(Date:yyyyMMdd).$(Rev:.rrr)" /fvn "5.8462.$(Date:yyyyMMdd).$(Rev:.rrr)" /ge 0 /pd nyy

pbc190.exe is version 19.0.0.2082

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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  1. Wednesday, 12 June 2019
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Phil Wallingford Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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In my experience this error (and Create Exectuable failed) is most often caused by a bad resource.  So remove the PBR reference and try it.  If the error doesn't appear it's a resource problem.

Phil

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  1. Monday, 5 November 2018
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Mariano Collado Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Good day,

Please verify that you're using matching versions of PowerBuilder of the Appeon AutoCompiler.

You can verify this easily by going to your installed programs and checking that the product versions match. Please refer to the attached image.

To update your AutoCompiler, simply run the AutoCompile.exe (from a machine that has the appropriate version of PowerBuilder installed).

This .exe is located by default in C:\Program Files (x86)\Appeon\PowerBuilder 17.0\AutoCompiler

Cordially,

Mariano C.

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  1. Thursday, 25 October 2018
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Steve Uselton Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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I am having the exact same issue as described above.  Everything good until it tries to write the files....

Need an answer for our automated build process....

Steve

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Hi Steve,

Did you manage to solve this?

Thanks!
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  1. Wednesday, 24 October 2018
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Marius Visser Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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V 2017 R2 Build 1769

Compiles fine in IDE...the issue is with PBC170.exe :(

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  1. Friday, 27 July 2018
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Chris Pollach Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi Marius;

   What build of PB are you using?

Regards ... Chris

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Checked folder permissions etc. Seems to be fine...
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  1. Thursday, 26 July 2018
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