SDE Compilation Help
hobu at IASTATE.EDU
Fri Jun 2 12:44:59 EDT 2006
For linux, there is an installer script on the SDK disk. It is
fairly straightforward and well documented. It will ask to install
the libs somewhere (I typically use /usr/local/sde or something like
that). Then you can just follow the Unix compilation document,
pointing configure at /usr/local/sde and setting sdeversion to 91 or
whatever version of the SDK you are installing.
At 11:21 AM 6/2/2006, Fawcett, David wrote:
>Thanks for the reply Howard.
>I am trying to pull together the libraries for our server guy. It is
>for a Linux compile.
>Can you just copy specific libraries to the server, or do you have to
>run the install program and get the CAD client and documentation too?
>From: Howard Butler [mailto:hobu at iastate.edu]
>Sent: Friday, June 02, 2006 11:03 AM
>To: Fawcett, David; MAPSERVER-USERS at lists.umn.edu
>Subject: Re: SDE Compilation Help
>MS4W already has SDE support included if you're using Windows. All
>you need is the SDE C SDK installed and on your path. There are
>instructions on what is necessary to swap in the distribution.
>If on *nix, the Unix Compilation Howto has some information about SDE
>Basically, all you need is the SDE C SDK installed somewhere for your
>platform and you point configure at it.
>At 10:19 AM 6/2/2006, Fawcett, David wrote:
> >I want to compile in SDE support. =20
> >Can anyone give me a list of the names of the SDE client libraries
> >needed? =20
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