Jenkins will not work

1 year 1 month ago #313 by Max DeSousa

I'm using logi.CAD 5.5 B722.10929, and I am having issues with compiling using Jenkins.

I've been able to get some help from people to run a compile of my project via script. Here is what I had been instructed to use:
call "C:\Program Files (x86)\logicad_v55\ENV\LcStart.bat" /lcNoWin: /lcExit: /lcCommand:lcCSpi.exe /Killserver

call "C:\Program Files (x86)\logicad_v55\ENV\LcStart.bat" /lcNoWin: /lcExit: /lcCommand:lcCSpi.exe /Automation

call "C:\Program Files (x86)\logicad_v55\ENV\LcStart.bat" /lcNoWin: /lcExit: /lcWait: /lcCommand:rtcg.exe -q -f:"%cd%\Compile_Log.txt" "%ProjectPath%"

call "C:\Program Files (x86)\logicad_v55\ENV\LcStart.bat" /lcNoWin: /lcExit: /lcCommand:lcCSpi.exe /Killserver 

This works for compiling when I run it in command prompt (Windows 7). Now, when I add these same commands to a Jenkins job it stops.

I enabled Jenkins to interact with my desktop and when I do this, logi.CAD (from the Jenkins run) says:

Error: GSL009: The signal database connector could not be initialized.
Internal error: can not access signal list COM-server!

Any ideas on how I can fix this? I am running out of ideas, and would like to run automated builds.

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1 year 3 weeks ago #316 by Jürgen Huber
Replied by Jürgen Huber on topic Jenkins will not work
Dear Max,

you are talking about logi.CAD V5.5 with Jenkins? In my point of view it isn´t tested in this combination and so I am sorry to tell you that I can´t help you. ;-(
We are using logi.CAD 3 with Jenkins, for this we know that it works.


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