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Rel 10 4GL Error
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01/17/2017 12:50 PM

    We are in the process of moving to the cloud from Rel 9.0.1 Unix.   We have a few custom programs that are not compiling and I am getting an error that I have never seen before.

    Not knowing what to look for, I have validated paths, slash direction and called Lawson routines and everything seems to be in place.  There are only a few of our custom programs that are not compiling and there is nothing unusual about these programs.  Has anyone run into before?

    The error message I am receiving during a compile or bldsh command is 

    Processing D:\lsenv\law/lsapps/apsrc/ZP263.rpt
      Created RptMap: ZP263 and Archive RptMap: ZP263.1484344994.rmp
      Created rd File: D:\lsenv\law/lsapps/apsrc/ZP263.rd
    Syntax Check   D:\lsenv\law/lsapps/apsrc/ZP263WS
    Syntax Check   D:\lsenv\law/lsapps/apsrc/ZP263PD
    rebldlrt.c - InProgress open: Permission denied
    rebldlrt.c - InProgress open: Permission denied
    rebldlrt.c - InProgress open: Permission denied
    rebldlrt.c - InProgress open: Permission denied
    rebldlrt.c - InProgress open: Permission denied
    rebldlrt.c - InProgress open: Permission denied
    rebldlrt.c - InProgress open: Permission denied
    rebldlrt.c - InProgress open: Permission denied

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    Thank you

     

    Jim

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    01/18/2017 5:53 AM
    Looks like an access issue for either the folder or the object itself.
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    01/18/2017 9:04 AM
    Thanks for the feedback.... this issue was resolved late yesterday afternoon. What happens is that apparently when you compile a program, a file is created in the lawson/system directory that locks the program to prevent another compile for the same program to kick off. For some reason, this file was not being released. We had to get admin rights to the file to clear it. The program is now compiled.

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