[mapguide-users] postgis connection properties EMPTY!!!!!
dorrdor at yahoo.fr
Wed Sep 26 02:52:00 EDT 2007
I have tried this steps. I have successfully connected to postgis with
windows XP home. Now I am using WinLSD and i wanted to redo exactly the same
steps, but I failed. I have always the 4 fields empty, no data to enter and
of course, can't establish connection to postgis.
Does the problem come from the operating system I use?
> Try this steps.
> 1. Install MG 1.2 Stable version
> 2. Install Postgres 8.2.xx (), after that instal postgis extension.
> 3. Download PostgGIS provider
> 4. change provider.xml file in
> C:\Program Files\MapGuideOpenSource\Server\Bin\FDO
> (add this
> <DisplayName>OSGeo FDO Provider for PostGIS</DisplayName>
> <Description>FDO Provider for PostGIS</Description>
> 5. restart serwer.
> 6. open Mg Studio->create new data connection->(in this place ypu should
> have Postgis provider) -> if all is ok you should have 4 fields to enter
> connection string.
> dorra labidi pisze:
>> Hi every body;
>> I have reinstalled mapguide OS, web Studio and postgresql/postgis on my
>> computer. I have also copied the postgisfdo provider DLL's and modified
>> the providers.xml file. Finally I have copied the postgis bin folder to
>> the bin folder of mapguide server OS.
>> When I clic on "configure data connection", I find the postgis porvider
>> in the list of providers.
>> *The problem is that the "connection properties" fields are empty*:
>> There is no username field nor password, schema and source field.
>> The error message is :
>> /An exception occurred in FDO component.
>> Unable to load the FDO Provider: /
>> Has anyone encountred this problem?
>> Thank you very much for your help.
> Maciej Skórczewski
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> Autodesk Authorized Value Added Reseller
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