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be used on PVC-to-PVC pipe joints (white pipe only) ?
Personally, I'd buy the right glue for like $5 and use that.
Normal PVC cement is not cement at all, it is solvent. PVC on PVC you are doing solvent welding, the solvent melts the PVC then totally evaporates, leaving 1 continuous piece of PVC plastic and no solvent whatsoever.
Get it? It is not ANY kind of glue. It has no sticky stuff, no filler, and when its job is done it is simply gone.
Code requires you to do solvent welding when joining PVC to PVC, so you need to use proper PVC "glue" that isn't glue.
Since ABS does not chemically interact with PVC, that stuff is actual glue. It will produce an inferior, non-welded connection.
Welding is better than gluing.
With credit to @UnhandledExcepSean for leading me to it, and to @Harper for explaining why in his answer, the following bits of code for NJ appear to give an authoritative answer, and I would expect to find similar requirements in most states:
NJ 18.104.22.168(a) requires certain types of connection for PVC-PVC, allowing solvent cement but not allowing OP's glue.
Also, NJ 4.3.9(f) says ABS to PVC joint must be used outdoors and at least 3 feet away from building, which I suspect OP's PVC-PVC joints are not.