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2017 R3 M1 Powerbuilder Runtime Packager Error 11 February, 2019

Carson LuzHoxsie
11 February, 2019
Product: PowerBuilder Category: Installation
Version: 2017 R3 JP Publishing: Public
Status: Closed Priority: P3
Classification: Resolution: FIXED
Chris Pollach 11 February, 2019
Hi Carson;

  That is excellent news ... thanks for the feedback!

I am super glad that you found your issue. I will now close this ticket.

Regards ... Chris
Carson LuzHoxsie 11 February, 2019
Chris,

It was not installed on my Workstation for some reason but I did find it on another installation.  I removed and reinstalled R3 and then R3 M01.   The files are now there.  Thanks for the quick reply.

Carson
Chris Pollach 11 February, 2019
PB Packager Test (MR01)
Chris Pollach 11 February, 2019
Hi Carson;

   I had no issues with the PB Packager in PB2017R3 MR01 to build a DotNet MSI. However, I do have a 64 bit "PBSHR170.dll" in the X64 folder (see attached).

Regards ... Chris
Carson LuzHoxsie 11 February, 2019
PBNetRT Error.JPG (69KB)

*Phenomenon: Attempting to create PowerBuilder Runtime Package after upgrading to PowerBuilder 2017 R3 M1.


*Reproduce Steps:
Upgrade to PowerBuilder 2017 R3 M1
Run the PowerBuilder Runtime Packager
Select Powerbuilder .Net Components and click the Create button

An error occurs stating the C:\Program Files (x86)\Appeon\Shared\PowerBuilder\x64\pbshr170.dll is missing. This folder does not contain this file.  I am intending to use this for a 32 bit PowerBuilder application.


Remarks:
OS:
Windows 10 
Platform:
64-bit 
Database Type:
SAP SQL Anywhere 
Database Version:
17