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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Manual into existing VRC
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Manual into new VRC
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Old 7th July 2004, 12:07
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Question syntax for explode6.2

How exact is the syntax for explode6.2?

I tried "explode6.2 osst5310" an get the message:
"no definition for definition file in explode6.2...."


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Old 7th July 2004, 13:39
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include package in the object code

explode6.2 requires the object to include the package also in the object code.
so the syntax would be explode6.2 otdsst53100
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Old 7th July 2004, 14:29
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Hello,

This wotk for objets but also for report (add as last letter the language code )
By.ex: explode6.1 rtdsls4401010002

for form
Ex: explode6.1 ftiitm0101m00012 (last letter is the language code)

for dll
EX explode6.1 oticprdll1101

for menus
ex: explode6.1 mtccom0000000012


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Hi friends,

I believe that this sintax is for Unix Os. What should I do for windows OS?

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Do you have bic_explode or something like that? I saw that mentioned by a couple of users in other posts by other users.
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Do you have bic_explode or something like that? I saw that mentioned by a couple of users in other posts by other users.
Hello Mark,

I found the command, but I have problems with the result, so, I made the follow steps:
1. I login to my server Infor LN10.5 by remote desktop.
2. I called the command prompt (cmd).
3. I changed my directory to Infor10.5 directory in my case c:\infor\erpln\bin.
4. I executed the command bic_explode ocisli1106m000i
5. I got the follow message - "Current user is not a valid Baan User" and "determine_tools_pVRC called but user_info.package_combination is not initialized (no or failed init_user() call)"
6. I made sure that my user is system operative user and InforLN10.5 user.

Can you explain me what should I do?
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Hi,

You need to set the baan environment using fillenv.bat first which resides in your bin directory.

Here's a quick thread.
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Hi,

You need to set the baan environment using fillenv.bat first which resides in your bin directory.

Here's a quick thread.
Thank's friends,

I got it with your help.

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