[MS4W-Users] Java Mapscript Problem
Neumann, Gabriel | brain-SCC GmbH
g.neumann at brain-scc.de
Fri May 21 02:07:11 EST 2010
Yes, you're absolutly right as you can read in my other response a few
minutes ago. Thank you for your advice! In 99 percent of the cases the
problem sits in front of the computer ... ;-)
Best regards, Gabriel!
Am 21.05.2010 08:39, schrieb Umberto Nicoletti:
> IESHIMS.DLL and WER.DLL are not real dependencies...I see them most of
> the times on Windows systems, but they are not the problem.
> The most likely culprit then is (hate to say it, sorry) human error:
> double check your paths and if possible start with a clean config or
> on a different system altogether. If you are on x64 I don't have
> direct experience there but I suppose there shuld be different paths
> for 32 and 64 bits apps.
> On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 7:31 PM, Neumann, Gabriel | brain-SCC GmbH
> <g.neumann at brain-scc.de> wrote:
>> I have a problem with the java mapscript under windows xp prof sp3. I've
>> tried different configurations of path/classpath and so on but I got the
>> error "Can't find dependent libraries" every time I load the lib in
>> Java. And I've tested with both versions MS4W 3.0 beta11 and 2.3.1. I
>> have installed the VC8 redistributable too but nothing helps.
>> I have already inspect the mapscript.dll with the dependency walker. So
>> I know that he can't find the missing libraries IESHIMS.DLL and WER.DLL
>> on my computer. Also a fulltext search over all hdd's hasn't found
>> anything. A second error in the dependency walker is with the MPR.DLL ->
>> "unresolved import due to a missing export function in a delay-load
>> dependent module". For my understanding it doesn't matter because they
>> are lazy loaded. But in my Java test application the error occurs
>> Has anyone an advice for me?
>> Best regards, Gabriel
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