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EGL: Unknown COPY File GLCPCTMP Specified - Error While Compiling COBOLS (Doc ID 663193.1)

Last updated on JULY 01, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN General Ledger - Version 8.8 SP1 to 9 [Release 8.8 to 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ISSUE:

GLPPRVRS, GLPPCTMP and GLPPPROC have compile errors

pscbl.mak : Compiling GLPPRVRS.cbl ...
586 01 CTEMP. COPY GLCPCTMP.
* 8-S********************************************* ( 0)**
** Unknown COPY file GLCPCTMP specified
591 01 KBPAE. COPY FSCKBPAE.
* 217-S** ( 0)**
** Preceding item at this level has zero length
4845 TO TEMP-TABLE-NAME OF CTEMP
* 12-S****************************************************** ( 1)**
** Operand TEMP-TABLE-NAME is not declared
4850 TO PROCESS-INSTANCE OF CTEMP
* 12-S************************************************************* ( 1)**
** Operand PROCESS-INSTANCE is not declared
5099 TO TEMP-TABLE-NAME OF CTEMP
* 12-S****************************************************** ( 1)**
** Operand TEMP-TABLE-NAME is not declared
5104 TO PROCESS-INSTANCE OF CTEMP
* 12-S************************************************************* ( 1)**
** Operand PROCESS-INSTANCE is not declared
5367 MOVE RECORD-COUNT OF CTEMP TO WRK-COUNT OF W-WRK
* 12-S********************************* ( 1)**
** Operand RECORD-COUNT is not declared
5369 IF RECORD-COUNT OF CTEMP >
* 12-S******************************* ( 1)**
** Operand RECORD-COUNT is not declared
5380 END-IF
* 564-S********** ( 1)**
** A scope-delimiter did not have a matching verb and was discarded.
cob64: error(s) in compilation: GLPPRVRS.cbl
cp: GLPPRVRS.gnt: A file or directory in the path name does not exist.
cp: GLPPRVRS.int: A file or directory in the path name does not exist.
pscbl.mak : Error : The list of file(s) failed to compile.
GLPPRVRS fail to compile

Besides GLPPRVRS, GLPPCTMP and GLPPPROC give the same problems as well.

Issue arises as the file GLCPCTMP is delivered as GLCPCTMP.CBL instead of GLCPCTMP.cbl

Changes

 

Cause

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