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I wrote a scheduler code for batch job and made it a package. Then, I installed it to a few ORGs and it works good on them. But, when I installed another ORG and run it, a error occur as following:

Scheduler: failed to execute scheduled job: jobId: 707m0000003cgFB, class:
common.apex.async.AsyncApexJobObject,
reason: Illegal assignment from void to MAP<Id,SET<Id>>

I think I already excluded all issues from code, so could this error message from ORG`s setup? ||||-_-

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    I suggest nevertheless you post some code as presumably somewhere you are using MAP<Id,SET<Id>> and seeing the code may help someone answer.
    – Keith C
    Commented Nov 5, 2014 at 9:16
  • Is it possible you are seeing differences either due to data in the specific Org or triggers or affected objects. Commented Nov 5, 2014 at 20:32

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I found the crux of this question. In my code, I normally put up to 5 batch classes into a schedule job, and then server system will complie them (batch classes). Here is the essensial point that a batch class thereof can not be compiled, because a method be called in that class had been changed and not longer return a value... :-(

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