E1: PKG: Update Package Build Not Updating Parent Package and Changes Not Deployed
(Doc ID 1584616.1)
Last updated on JULY 17, 2017
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When performing Package Assembly and Package Build for an Update Package from a specific Development Client Workstation, the parent package is not being updated. Therefore, even though the reports show that the build was successful, changes are not seen when package is deployed. Issue is not seen when packages are built from Deployment Server or other Development Client Workstations.
The following section is missing from the ClientPkgBuild.log when package is assembled/built from Development Client Workstation:
Wed Jul 31 11:06:28 - Backing up parent package to \\OTUSSNSADEPLOY\E900\DV900\package\DV070213F\backup.
Wed Jul 31 11:06:28 - Parent package backed up.
Wed Jul 31 11:06:28 - Updating parent package specs.
Wed Jul 31 11:06:28 - Create/Attach XML Spec Repository.
Wed Jul 31 11:06:28 - Local repository is of type SSE.
Wed Jul 31 11:06:28 - Attaching local repository.
Wed Jul 31 11:06:59 - Local repository SPEC__DV070213F attached.
Wed Jul 31 11:06:59 - Repository created/attached.
Wed Jul 31 11:06:59 - Update parent package specs 'rdaspec' specs for UBE.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:00 - Updated parent package specs.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:00 - Building GBRSPEC/GBRLINK records for UBE or TC
Wed Jul 31 11:07:01 - Update parent package specs 'rdatext' specs for UBE Specs.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:01 - Updated parent package specs.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:02 - Parent package manifest updated.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:02 - Parent package specs updated.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:02 - Detaching the local repository on the build machine. This will take some time.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:02 - Detaching local repository SPEC__DV070213F.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:32 - Local repository detached.
Wed Jul 31 11:07:32 - Copy spec files to the spec location and rename.
Wed Jul 31 11:08:10 - Change the permissions of full package ldf and mdf.
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