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E1: PKG: Package Build Failing to Create Package Folder with Error: "PKGINTSVRM0014 ERROR: Failed to create the Deployment server path" or "Error Getting Paths For Package PKGNAME" or PKG0002306 ERROR: Unable to Create Directory (Doc ID 1145054.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 22, 2021

Applies to:

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


Customer has a new Deployment Server running Windows Server 2008 and is logged onto machine with administrator privileges.

When attempting to build a package, the package build fails at the point where the package folder is to be created on the Deployment server with the following error message:

3384/3276 Tue Jun 22 13:09:18 2010 PkgBuildMain.cpp172
ERROR: Error getting paths for package 'PKGNAME'.

The resubmit does successfully delete a package and its folder structure. Customer tested and can manually create a package folder in the same directory (PY7333\package). 


Other error messages that may be seen when attempting to a package where the package directory cannot be created:

PKG0002306 - Unable to create directory \\<Deployment Server>\B7333\PY7333\package\PKGNAME\INTEL5.0\ and it does not exist


[PKGBLD] - Tue Dec 08 10:58:58  -  spkginitsvrMain.c:793 PKGINTSVRM0014 ERROR: Failed to create the Deployment server path E910\PS910\package\PS910FL\


Customer gets these errors for all pathcodes whether they build the package from the Deployment Server or from a client workstation.


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In this Document
 I. Verify the Tools Releases match
 II. Verify settings in Locations and Machines application
 III. Verify the Release Master settings
 IV. Verify the Pathcode Master settings
 V. Verify the Environment Master settings
 VI. Verify the jde.ini
 VII. Verify the Deployment Server folders
 Other causes and resolutions for Error "PKG0002306 - Unable to create directory"

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