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E1: PKG: Package Directory Not Created to \<PathCode>\bin64 After 9.2.6.x (Release 22) Upgrade from 32-Bit Tools Release (Doc ID 2818530.1)

Last updated on APRIL 25, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After Upgrading to Tools Release 9.2.6.x from prior 32-bit Tools Release, a <PackageName> directory is not created to \<PathCode\bin64 in Enterprise server when building a new full package.


NOTE: From tools 9.2.6, a new functionality called Zero Downtime Deployment for applications that allows customers being able to deploy application packages without a downtime event.  This new functionality has to change path code directory structure on Enterprise server as following:

*Full Package Build creates <PackageName> directory under \<PathCode>\bin64 and copy dlls from \<PackageName\bin64 to \<PathCode>\bin64\<PackageName>
*Full Package Build creates <PackageName> directory under \<PathCode>\spec and also creates spec.ini with data source information under \<PathCode>\spec\<PackageName>


In the svrpkgbuild.log from the enterprise server, it contains the following but no indication of creating D:\JDEdwardsPPack\E920\DV920\bin64\<PackageName>:



Upgrading Tools Release to 9.2.6 from previous Tools Release with 32-bit foundation.


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