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Warning Messages When Applying Patches : WARNING: The following path(s), defined in $FND_TOP/12.0.0/java/make/fndjar.dep as elements of the output file xxxx.jar, could not be found in any area (Doc ID 2785585.1)

Last updated on JUNE 18, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Applications DBA - Version 12.2.9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

After applying a patch, the patch log shows below warning messages. The patch itself has been successfully applied via adop.
Can the message be ignored?

WARNING: The following path(s), defined in $FND_TOP/12.0.0/java/make/fndjar.dep as elements of the output file fndformsi18n.jar, could not be found in any area:
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_hr
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_in
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_kk
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_lt
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_sh
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_sl
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_sq
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_sr
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_uk
oracle/forms/engine/RunformBundle_vi

...

WARNING: The following path(s), defined in $FND_TOP/12.0.0/java/make/fndjar.dep as elements of the output file cllall.jar, could not be found in any area:
oracle/apps/cll

...

WARNING: The following path(s), defined in $FND_TOP/12.0.0/java/make/fndjar.dep as elements of the output file claall.jar, could not be found in any area:
oracle/apps/cla

...

WARNING: The following path(s), defined in $FND_TOP/12.0.0/java/make/fndjar.dep as elements of the output file cleall.jar, could not be found in any area:
oracle/apps/cle

...

WARNING: The following path(s), defined in $FND_TOP/12.0.0/java/make/fndjar.dep as elements of the output file cljall.jar, could not be found in any area:
oracle/apps/clj

 

 

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