Hi, we are in the process of upgrading from Powerbuilder 12.5 to Powerbuilder 2021. I have found that when I attempt to build a 32-bit Pcode build from the IDE or the Compiler, the build succeeds, but then I'm left with a "Create of executable file failed" error and the pbd files have been created, but not the executable. If I keep everything the same, but switch to a 64-bit build, it successfully creates the executable. A coworker can take the same migrated code and do a 32-bit build on his machine and the executable file is successfully created.
My question is what do I need to do to successfully create the executable file for a 32-bit build? I have been through all of the suggestions of the icon not being valid, a trailing space in the pbr file, a leading 0 in the version information, but still get the error, even if I try to build a test app that has one window. I have also removed all versions of Powerbuilder and wiped the registry of any mention of Powerbuilder, Sybase, and a few other related words, and reinstalled just Powerbuilder 2021 multiple times. Note: Even building with an evaluation copy of PowerGen returns the same error. I have also taken the same steps on my other laptop which is also connected to the same utah.gov domain and I get the same error. Note: I am an administrator on both machines.
Can someone please put me on the track to what 64-bit dll or other file I need to replace with a 32-bit version to be able to successfully create a 32-bit build? Thanks