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CS 9.2 INAS Compile Fails Using CSCBLBLD.BAT or INASBLXX_90.BAT (Doc ID 2387744.1)

Last updated on APRIL 25, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Financial Aid - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : CS 9.2

When attempting to compile INAS on Windows using any available method, the compile doesn't work. On 9.2 it is supposed to work using either CSCBLBLD.BAT - the new delivered routine to compile everything - or the individual aid year .bat files, such as INASBL18_90.BAT to compile the 2018-2019 Aid Year.

The CSCBLBLD.log will show one of two things:

A) .LIS files created for all the INAS programs, but an examination of the  .LIS files shows no error messages or other obvious problems. If there is an ERROR.LIS file produced it will only reference the *last* program that failed compile, which is typically INTAX; example: Compile error for INTAX18.obj.

B) No errors, and the .GNT files appear to be produced, but are not actually created.

If attempting to compile using the individual aid year .bat instead, the compile window will show the following error for each program it attempts to compile. For example:

CALL INASMAKE_90 FMCALC18
Error! File FMCALC18.cbl is not found

A compile log in this case is not produced, and if there is an ERROR.lis it will show the same as referenced earlier above; example: Compile error for INTAX18.obj; OR, like with CSCBLBLD, it might appear to compile successfully, but not actually produce any .gnt.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Invoke the Compile using the normal steps for Windows

WHAT IS WORKING
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If using CSCBLBLD, the routine seems to run successfully, other than the INAS .lis files or not producing the INAS .gnt files

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Cause

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