yves.moisan at boreal-is.com
Fri Jan 29 11:32:38 EST 2010
> You could perhaps check with Dependency Walker (DEPENDS.EXE) and make
> sure all required DLL dependencies are present in your web server's path.
Results running depends.exe for MS4W 3.0 Beta 10 (C:\geodev_tests
- msplugin_sde_91.dll : Error opening files LIBMAP.DLL and SDE91.DLL
- msplugin_sde_92.dll, msplugin_sde_93.dll and msplugin_mssql2008.dll :
Error opening files LIBMAP.DLL, IESHIMS.DLL and WER.DLL
Searching in my C:\, LIBMAP.DLL is in MS4W's Apache cgi-bin dir.
IESHIMS.DLL is not anywhere and weirdly enough searching for WER.dll
pops two files that have completely unrelated names (DesktopViewer.dll
I reinstalled MS4W beta10 on C:\ and followed the MS4W install readme.
I can't change the machine I'm testing on because it's the only place I
have a functional VPN connection to the customer's ArcSDE. The only
change I did before running Apache-install.bat is to set it to another
port. Running setenv.bat and trying :
ogrinfo -- formats
I still get "The ordinal 968 could not be located in the dynamic link
There are 49 LIBEAY32.dll files all over the C: drive on my test system.
Sorting by size, I can see 14 different sizes, so at least 14 versions
of that dll. Should I try pointing to each of those library versions
Can anybody confirm that "ogrinfo -- formats" runs fine on their
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