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Generate Runtime Repository (FullPublish) step fails during the upgrade to 18.7. (Doc ID 2430165.1)

Last updated on JUNE 11, 2021

Applies to:

Siebel High Tech and Manufacturing Call Center - Version 17.0 [IP2017] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : Siebel 18.7 version,Upgrade

Generate Runtime Repository for 8.1.1.11 to 2018 upgrade

Problem Description
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The generate runtime repository (FullPublish) step fails during the upgrade from 8.1.1.11 to 18.7. Preliminary steps were taken as per documentation, like deleting devtools.prf and setting DockRepositoryName to "New Customer Repository". Log file indicates that it failed with the following log entries:

ObjMgrSRFLog Error 1 000000025b5a18f4:0 2018-07-27 16:31:09 (objdef.cpp (558)) SBL-DAT-00388: Table 'S_RR_TABLE' defined multiple times.
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GenericLog GenericError 1 000000025b5a18f4:0 2018-07-27 16:31:21 Failing to start program D:\Siebel\ent\siebsrvr\bin\siebdev.exe /c enu\tools.cfg /d ServerDataSrc /u SADMIN /p SADMIN_PASSWORD /TL ENU /FullPublishInternal.
GenericLog GenericError 1 000000025b5a18f4:0 2018-07-27 16:31:21 Failing to start program D:\Siebel\ent\siebsrvr\bin\siebdev.exe /c enu\tools.cfg /d ServerDataSrc /u SADMIN /p SADMIN_PASSWORD /TL ALL /FullPublishInternal.

An attempt to run FullPublish against the New Siebel Repository (Vanilla) failed with the same error, though it cleaned up all the records in S_RR tables leaving them empty.

Error Codes
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Failing to start program D:\Siebel\ent\siebsrvr\bin\siebdev.exe /c enu\tools.cfg /d ServerDataSrc /u SADMIN /p SADMIN_PASSWORD /TL ALL /FullPublishInternal.


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