I created a custom package working in file system mode on my PC.

The package is set to be "Compiled into a separate assembly".

When I compile it (selecting "Compile" in the dropdown menu near the package name and selecting "Compile all" in the Actions button) I see a popup error reporting syntax errors in all the Client modules of the package (see image below).

Creatio shouldn't compile Client modules since they are Javascript and not C# (the errors are syntax errors related to C# language).

I also "Generate for all schemas".. I tried almost everything without success.

The package works fine, even exported and installed in cloud production environment, but I cannot compile it in my development environment.

Why does Creatio try to compile in C# the Client modules?

 

 

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Hi community,

 

Like the subject says, is compiling from the advanced settings UI equivalent to compile from the Workspace console utility using the "BuildWorkspace" operation ?

 

Thanks for this clarification.

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Hi Jonathan,
 

The compiling from the advanced settings UI is equivalent to compile from the Workspace console utility using the "BuildWorkspace" operation.
 

Best regards,
​​​​​​​Bogdan

Hi Jonathan,
 

The compiling from the advanced settings UI is equivalent to compile from the Workspace console utility using the "BuildWorkspace" operation.
 

Best regards,
​​​​​​​Bogdan

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hi  all 

 

when i compile the package it give me this error 

how can i solve this 

thanks

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Dear Ibrahim, 

Please contact our support team via support@creatio.com with more details on this issue and the website where it happens so we could check it 

Kind regards,
Roman

Dear Roman,

 

i contacted the support team and i need a sol urgent because I am solving my certification exam 

 

thanks 

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Hi Community,

Is it recommended to "Compile All" items in configuration after package installation? Or a compile modified items is already enough? Why I am asking is that "Compile All" items is taking too much time to finish. 

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Dear Fulgen, 

The compilation is not required after the package installation. However, if you install packages via configuration section, I would recommend to compile the system afterwards. 

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Hello

Very frequently we find that the Generate, compile, publish or Update operations from the Configuration manager take a long time to run ( > 30 mins). This happens across developers across projects. 

Sometimes it keeps running endlessly and we need to force abort. 

1. Are there any specific reasons why this might happen? Our hardware configurations are in line with what is recommended by Creatio for developer machines. So, I doubt if it is hardware related. 

2. How long is Generate, publish, compile or update generally expected to take? 

2. Could this be because of too many objects/schemas inside one package? If Yes, What is the recommended scale/volume of work that can go inside one package.

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Hello!

Compilation and source code generation depends on several parameters. 1st most significant parameter is connected to hardware. To ensure your hardware can provide enough resources for those action monitor server performance during compilation or source code generation. 
2nd parameter is amount of code that should be compiled/generated. OOB instance without customisations can be fully compiled in 5-10 minutes. More code you have more time it will take for system to compile.

Most important recommendation here is not to compile all - you should understand when your system needs to be compiled and what should be compiled. In general you can simply compile only modified items to reduce compilation time and generate/compile all only before updates/package installation. 

Best regards,
Angela

Angela Reyes,

To clarify, We only compile modified items and not compile all items. But still it takes a significant time. Your point regarding hardware does help. Thank you Angela.. 

Regarding my 3rd question, 
Is there a maximum number of objects or schemas that is recommended to be in a package? Beyond that number, Would you suggest creating a new package? (This is presuming that generation and compilation happens only on the selected package?)

M Shrikanth,

There is no maximum number of objects in each package. Amount of objects in package should only depend on your development process so that you could always tell which package contains certain functionality. 

Angela Reyes,

Thank you Angela. One follow up question.

It was recommended to us to have all the functionality in a single package, and not split into different packages. Would you have the same recommendation? Any reasons why?

M Shrikanth,

You can use several packages in case you have several different customisations that are not connected to each other and can be installed separately without each other. If all your changes are connected it is better to use 1 package. 

Angela Reyes,

Thank you Angela for your comments. They really help us!

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I'm getting an error popup window on the first compilation for a new application. The error is states that 1 error occurred, and to view the application logs. However, none of the logs states that any error occurred. Has anyone had this problem before?

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Vladimir Sokolov,

Thanks Vladimir,

I found more detail in the "Build" log, and as you pointed out it was a dotnet cli error. I updated the framework and dotnet core and it worked correctly!

Thanks,
Morgan

I got the same error on my first compilation - I am unsure where to check the logs.  I followed the links above and installed but still getting the comp error.  Can some point me in the right direction please?

 

Darlene,

Logs are located in temp files. Usually it is windows -> temp -> bpmonline. There will be folder with IIS application name that stores 2 folders - application logs and IIS logs. You shoyld check both to find the source of this issue. 

Vladimir Sokolov,

 

Still i am facing compilation issue after updating .Net framework also.In log files still showing .Net cli error. i was cross checked my windows update as well as installed sdk and developer pack. kindly help me to fix these issue. Thanks in advance

 

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