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Pinned topic problem compiling a pro*c program

‏2013-07-12T19:30:50Z |

I am trying to compile a pro*c program(br_orders.pc) and am getting an error as shown below

/home/custacc/tst5/oracle_client/br_order: make br_orders
        proc iname=br_orders.pc sqlcheck=semantics userid=`sql_login.sh` include=../include
/usr/bin/sh: proc:  not found.
make: 1254-004 The error code from the last command is 127.

Here are the contents of the makefile

br_orders : br_orders.o                      \
            libbr_orders.a(br_commission.o)  \
            libbr_orders.a(br_order_calls.o)
        make -f ../lib/proc.mk build EXE=$@ OBJS="br_orders.o ../genserv/libgenserv.a libbr_orders.a ${RSC_LIBS}"
 

I am trying to figure out how the make command came up with the below command

 proc iname=br_orders.pc sqlcheck=semantics userid=`sql_login.sh` include=../include
 

I have already checked for inference rules in the files /usr/ccs/lib/aix.mk and /usr/ccs/lib/posix.mk and I dont find any related commands

Kindly assist!