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E1: PKG: Troubleshooting Package Build Issues - Windows Platform With Different Versions Of MS Visual Studio Compiler (VS 2003, VS 2005) (Doc ID 1050856.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document was created to assist customers on troubleshooting the different scenarios, causes and resolutions for package build errors and compiler issues on Windows Intel Platform when using different versions of Microsoft Visual Studio C++ compiler.

In addition, refer to following documents related to specific MS Visual Studio 2008 configuration and troubleshooting issues, and other Windows platform - Visual Studio known issues and information:

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Troubleshooting Steps
 Scenario 1 - Warning Messages in BuildLog.txt with Visual Studio 2005 Compiler
 Scenario 2 - EnterpriseOne 8.10 Buildlog.Txt Warnings After Visual Studio 2005 Upgrade
 Scenario 3 - Error During Install of Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1
 Scenario 4 - Server Package BSFN Build Error After Upgrade Visual Studio.NET 2003 To Visual Studio 2005
 Scenario 5 - Compiler Error: Microsoft Visual Studio 2003 (7.1) - Incorrect Paths Recorded In The Registry
 Scenario 6 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Jde.ini Setting [JDE_CG] Stanza For Compiler Parameters
 Scenario 7 - Server Package Fails on BSFN B03B0011 - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
 Scenario 8 - Server Package Build Error - Jdertdll.c : Fatal Error C1902: Program Database Manager Mismatch - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
 Scenario 9 - Full Package Build Hung At Adjusting DLL in Buildlog.txt log file - Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
 Scenario 10 - Error "Cannot open include file: 'windows.h'" with Visual Studio .NET 2005

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