[fdo-dev] Query on MySQL FDO

Romica Dascalescu Romica.Dascalescu at autodesk.com
Tue Oct 10 14:13:33 EDT 2006


Because '[FDO Open Source]\Utilities' directory is not on your local
disk I think you took from SVN only fdo, thirdparty and rdbms. You need
also the utilities for providers.
You can use checkoutsvn.bat to get/update your working folder by using
-w command e.g.:
checkoutsvn.bat -w=fdocore -w=rdbms -u=xxx -p=xxx -o=xxx -s=xxx
checkoutsvn.bat -w=fdo -w=utilities -w=rdbms -u=xxx -p=xxx -o=xxx -s=xxx

The option fdocore include utilities option.
Before running checkoutsvn.bat, please update it from SVN.
After this command you should have and build the utilities without any
If you still have problems please let me know.


-----Original Message-----
From: Rajneesh Verma [mailto:rajneesh at klgsystel.com] 
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2006 2:55 AM
To: dev at fdo.osgeo.org; users at fdo.osgeo.org
Subject: [fdo-dev] Query on MySQL FDO 

We are working on MySQL FDO open source and are facing a few problems on
way. Please advise how do we go about it and where can we get the
information regarding the missing links.

When we open the MySQL provider project 'MySql.vcproj' in
Visual Studio .NET then it also opens the dependency projects. Out of
these dependency projects some of the projects are opened from the

'[FDO Open Source]\Utilities' directory which is not there.

The dependency projects are
	a)	[FDO Open Source]\Utilities\Common\FdoCommon.vcproj
	b)	[FDO Open Source]\Utilities\SchemaMgr\SchemaMgr.vcproj
	c)	[FDO Open
	d)	[FDO Open Source]\Utilities\SchemaMgr\SMMessage.vcproj
	e)	[FDO Open Source]\Utilities\SchemaMgr\Overrides.vcproj
	f)	[FDO Open Source]\Utilities\SchemaMgr\Physical.vcproj

The Utilities folder for MySQL FDO is missing on the site.

Best Regards

Rajneesh Verma
KLG Systel Limited,
Gurgaon, India
+91-124-4129900 ext. 36

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