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  1. #1
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    Error in Creation of SIS File

    While creating the SIS file for My Application , i get the following error on command Prompt. I m creating it for Series 60 .

    MyApp.pkg(1) : processing comment
    MyApp.pkg(2) : processing comment
    MyApp.pkg(3) : processing comment
    MyApp.pkg(4) : processing languages
    MyApp.pkg(6) : processing comment
    MyApp.pkg(7) : processing header
    MyApp.pkg(8) : processing comment
    MyApp.pkg(9) : processing comment
    MyApp.pkg(10) : processing dependency
    MyApp.pkg(12) : processing comment
    MyApp.pkg(13) : processing file
    MyApp.pkg(13) : error: file not found

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; MyApp.pkg
    ;
    ;Language - standard language definitions
    &EN

    ; standard SIS file header
    #{"MyApp"},(0x10005bcb),1,0,0
    ; TYPE=SISAPP
    ;Supports Series 60 All Versions
    (0x101F6F88), 0, 0, 0, {"Series60ProductID"}

    ;Files to install
    "..\..\..\epoc32\release\armi\urel\MyApp.APP"-"!:\system\apps\MyApp\MyApp.app"------>Line13
    "..\..\..\epoc32\data\z\system\apps\MyApp\MyApp.rsc"-"!:\system\apps\MyApp\MyApp.rsc"
    "..\..\..\epoc32\data\z\system\apps\MyApp\MyApp_caption.rsc"-"!:\system\apps\MyApp\MyApp_caption.rsc"

    ; Make sure the configuration file is removed on uninstall
    ""-"..\..\..\epoc32\data\z\system\apps\MyApp\MyApp.ini",EN
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Last edited by amitaggarwal; 2004-11-30 at 11:14.

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    Have you checked that the path is really correct and the file is there? There are two possibilities:

    - The file is not there. May be this is because you compile for different target, THUMB or WINS. Note that your .pkg is looking for ARMI target.

    - The relative path does not point to the correct location. Make sure that "..\..\..\" at the beginning of the path points to your Symbian directory. It is easy to have more or less "..\" in this path.

    Antony

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    Thnx Antoy ,
    Actually there was the path problem only.
    WHen i removed the relative path and inserted
    "c:\Symbian\7.0s\Series60_v21_CW" in place of
    ""..\..\..\"
    it worked fine .But i dont undertsnad what was wrong with the relative path ?

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