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Errors During Relink of Sourcing Executable On AIX Platform (Doc ID 1216733.1)

Last updated on MAY 27, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Sourcing - Version and later
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (32-bit)
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)

Getting the object file names for this
make -f /ora/prodappl/admin/TEST/out/ libponao.LIST

Extracting objects from the library
ar xv /ora/prodappl/pon/11.5.0/lib/libpon.a /ora/prodappl/pon/11.5.0/lib/ponawopt.o
x - /ora/prodappl/pon/11.5.0/lib/ponawopt.o

Creating temporary function list, if required.
nm -B -h -g *.o | grep -v ' U ' | awk '{print $3}' | egrep -v '^\.|^TOC' | sort | uniq > temp.exp

nm: *.o: 0654-200 Cannot open the specified file.
nm: No such file or directory
make -f /ora/prodappl/admin/TEST/out/ /ora/prodappl/pon/11.5.0/bin/

Starting link of pon executable '' on Wed Sep 22 21:39:13 EST 2010
make: Cannot find a rule to create target /ora/prodappl/sht/11.5.0/lib/ilog/5.1/libschedule.a from dependencies.
Done with link of pon executable '' on Wed Sep 22 21:39:13 EST 2010

Relink of module "" failed.
See error messages above (also recorded in log file) for possible
reasons for the failure. Also, please check that the Unix userid
running adrelink has read, write, and execute permissions
on the directory /ora/prodappl/pon/11.5.0/bin,
and that there is sufficient space remaining on the disk partition
containing your Oracle Applications installation.

Steps To Reproduce

The issue can be reproduced at will by using the adpatch utility to apply the u4028294.drv patch driver.

Business Impact

The functional impact is unknown at this time. The technical impact is that the patch fails to complete successfully. The workaround is to say "Yes" when the errors occur during the patch installation, and allow the patch driver to continue its processing.


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