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E1: PKG: Understanding The Server Package Build Log File - SvrPkgBuild.log (Doc ID 1312502.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document explains the contents of a Server Full Package SvrPkgBuild.log file. This log is used for general build status on the server. You will find a SvrPkgBuild.log file on BOTH the Deployment Server and another on the Enterprise Server (or servers) you have built on. Check the one on the Deployment Server first for any errors. If you see errors, you can also check the jde.log for that time to see if there are any additional errors there. Otherwise, check the one on the Enterprise Server side for any errors.


Information pertains to all customers building a Full Server Package Build. The SvrPkgBuild.log file was previously named SvrBuild.log for E1 systems with older Tools Releases than TR 8.95.


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In this Document
 SvrPkgBuild.log - DEPLOYMENT SERVER side
 Server Package Log Header Structure Information
 Server Package Initialization
 Building Internal Lists
 Package inf creation / Transfer all BSFN related objects to Server
 Transfering non BSFN header files to Server
 Transferring Business Functions for DLLs to Server / Build Started
 Copying XML specs to Central Objects datasource
 Copying Spec Manifest and all Specs to Enterprise Server
 Checking Build Status - BSFNs/Specs copied
 Compressing Server Package - Detaching Local Spec Repository - Server Package Build Completed Status
 SvrPkgBuild.log - ENTERPRISE SERVER side
 Server Package Log Header Structure Information
 Server Package Initialization / Creating detail file for object DLL in package PKGNAME
 Begin Building BSFNs / DLLs
 Sending message back to build machine - Transfer the SvrPkgBuild.log to the Deployment Server (TR Onwards) - Build is finished
 SvrPkgBuild.log - Server Package Deploy Log - DEPLOYMENT SERVER side
 SvrPkgBuild.log - Server Package Deploy Log - ENTERPRISE SERVER side

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