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E1: UPGTC: Table Conversions Fail Messages With Old EnterpriseOne Application Release Folder Reference (Doc ID 1103034.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 25, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP23 and Prior and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for Relevance on October 24, 2014


During Table Conversions, customers will see messages in their JDE.LOG indicating that it could NOT find certain spec files. The directory in which it is looking is invalid and this message can be ignored since it is a pass through and not a required folder for the table conversion to run successfully.

Examples from logs may show the following errors during the table conversions running locally on a deployment server:

4920/3916 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject Fri Apr 30 13:54:11.734162 jdetamio.c285
TAM: tamfopen D:\JDEdwards\E900\PY7333\spec\glbltbl.xdb error 3-The system cannot find the path specified. WinErrNum=3.

4920/3916 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject Fri Apr 30 13:54:11.734164 jdetam.c417
TAMCreateIndexFile (D:\JDEdwards\E900\PY7333\spec\glbltbl.xdb): Error creating index file : Cannot create a file when that file already exists. WinErrNum=183. No such file or directory. Std C errno=2.

Example 2:

2248/3692 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject Thu Sep 28 10:37:09.921000 Jdeobj.c1209
COB0000011 - Library load failed J:\PeopleSoft\E810\PY7334\bin32\CALLBSFN.dll function _jdeFreeEnvBSFN@12 Error = 0

The folders being referenced above are NOT valid since they are referencing the older EnterpriseOne application release folders under the new E1 release structure (i.e. PY7333 or DV7333 under the E900 folder on the deployment server, PY7334 under the E810 folder).


Customer doing an EnterpriseOne software upgrade and running Table Conversion Workbench.


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