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E1: PKG: Troubleshooting NER Generation Errors - CER Error Messages Explained (Doc ID 2249911.1)

Last updated on APRIL 28, 2021

On a Full or Update Package Build, these errors can be found for NERs generation and messages like this example below, can be found under the "buildlog.txt" package log file (For systems with lower TR than 9.1.5):

Example: CINV : BSFN: N3900030... CER log produced -- source generated

These are caused by the NER generation failing for that object. If in the buildlog.txt file you see the message "CER Log Produced - source generated". That means there was something wrong with that NER when it was generated. These CER logs are kept in the ...[Pathcode] \ Package \ [Package Name] \ Log directory.

 

Systems with Tools Release 9.1.5 or later:

Warning and Errors can be found for NERs generation and messages like the example below, can be found under the "GenNER.log" package log file:

Example: CHRM : BSFN: N0702180... Generation log produced -- source generated with warning

For TR 9.1.5 or later TRs, we now do the generation on the Enterprise Server, so they can be found there BUT we also copy back these logs to the Deployment Server for easier access.

So, for the Enterprise Server, the NERs logs can be found under <package name>\GenerateNER_logs\ the GenNER.log and these CER logs will be there; and also we copy this back to the deployment server under <package name>\serverlogs\GenerateNER_logs\GenNER.log

So you will find it in 2 places. The GenNER.log contains a summary of the generation; and the <NER_Name>.log is created for each NER that failed to generate.

The CER error files can be almost self explanatory at times, and you can check there what is wrong with the NER, sometimes it is a DD Item missing or a Data Structure or a Function. This document will show some of the most frequent CER errors, what they mean, how to troubleshoot them and also reference to available solutions and documents about the CER errors.

This document provides information on the various CER errors, the cause of the errors and solutions for resolving these errors.

 

 

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