[fdo-users] RE: Unable to test PostGis provider
Jason.Birch at nanaimo.ca
Wed Sep 12 11:04:49 EDT 2007
Hmm. Thanks for letting us know Maciek.
It should work to read earlier versions of the database even with the
requirement for the newer dlls... Do you have an older database that
you can test with?
I guess we may need to distribute the PostgreSQL dlls with the package.
Doing this, and getting the user to copy them into the fdo/bin directory
would "solve" a lot of the setup problems that people are having. Any
chance you could give me a list of the dlls required? Yes, I know I'm
being lazy by not running depends myself :)
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[mailto:fdo-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Maciej
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2007 05:28
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Subject: Re: [fdo-users] RE: Unable to test PostGis provider
Hi Jason !
it works...this what have i make whit this:
1. Install new PostgreSQL database 188.8.131.52 + PostGIS.
2. add postgis*.dll , edit providers.xml
...so te problme what whit postgreSQL version...before it was 8.1.x
Dependency Walker show that it was some file missing...and it was file
from PostgreSQL 184.108.40.206 (thera are much more files :)
now it works fine...
thx for all.
ps. now lets test it whit Map3D 2008
Jason Birch pisze:
> On the server machine, you need to have the postgresql/bin directory
in the system path (makse sure not in user path), first in the path is
probably safest. Others have found that sometimes you have to move
specific DLLs from that directory into the fdo/bin directory, but I
haven't had to do that myself.
> Depending on the version of the provider that you have downloaded, you
may also need to install the MSVC++ 2005 SP1 Runtime, available from the
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