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Last updated on SEPTEMBER 28, 2021

Applies to:

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


When attempting to compile application cobol on Campus Solutions 9.2 using CSCBLBLD.BAT and in a Unicode environment, the following errors are noted in the compile log.

The very first error message to appear will be: "Error! File FMRJCT10.cbl is not found". This will then be repeated for many different files, and for each aid year, represented by the last two numeric digits in the file name.

At the end of the log, the full list of compile errors are then listed, like so:

Compile error for FAPINAS0.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS1.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS2.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS3.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS4.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS5.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS6.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS7.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS8.obj
Compile error for FAPINAS9.obj
Compile error for FAPINCP0.obj
Compile error for FAPINCP9.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS10.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS11.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS12.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS13.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS14.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS15.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS16.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS17.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS18.obj
Compile error for IMPLUS19.obj

So this is essentially the same issue as documented in <Note 2597779.1>. Normally this would not happen when using CSCBLBLD.BAT, as it compiles the INAS files first, as required. But in this case, because the INAS files are not compiling correctly, as indicated by the first set of error messages, it leads to the other files failing to compile, same as would be seen using CBLBLD.BAT.

This issue is also somewhat similar to that documented in <Note 2387744.1>, except it is verified to still occur even with the correct and current INASMAKE_90.bat file, so the root cause is not the same.

The issue can be reproduced with the following steps:

  1. Compile using CSCBLBLD.bat.
  2. .Review CSCBLBLD.log file.


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