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E1: UPGTC: Table Conversion Errors During Pristine Upgrade - Cannot Load Specs For TCs - TCE009214 / TCE009165 - Failed To Load Conversion Spec Errors (Doc ID 655962.1)

Last updated on MAY 30, 2017

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for Currency on 25-07-2011
Checked for relevance on January 30, 2013 *ARCHIVED*


In this scenario here,  customer is upgrading from EnterpriseOne Xe to EnterpriseOne 8.12 application release level. They are upgrading the Pristine environment. The latest planner ESU was installed in all environments and a full pristine package was build and deployed to the server before running the plan. The package has no errors.

Here is the jde.log of the TC execution:

614442/1 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject             Mon Jul  2 09:16:25.269721      b984054.c274
        Running Table Conversion R8942160D XJDE0001

614442/1 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject             Mon Jul  2 09:16:26.202390      tcinit.c2164
        Failed to load job spec cache for report R8942160D_XJDE0001.  Cannot load specs for TC.  Please remove the cache directories for this report under the <install dir>/PS812/spec/runtimeCache directory and rerun the TC.  If errors persist, check the metadata kernel logs for more information (object could be missing from package, failed to access package database, etc.)

614442/1 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject             Mon Jul  2 09:16:26.203647      tcinit.c2192
        TCE009214 - Load of TC Spec Report R8942160D failed.

614442/1 WRK:Starting jdeCallObject             Mon Jul  2 09:16:26.222441      tcrun.c1272
        TCE009165 - Failed to load conversion spec.


Customer doing an EnterpriseOne software upgrade and running the Table Conversion Workbench.


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