[gdal-dev] GDAL Java bindings, using gdal plugins under Windows

Armin Burger armin.burger at gmx.net
Mon May 2 13:38:23 EDT 2011


thanks for the reply. The path to the standard GDAL dll's was included 
in the system path definition when running the command from the Windows 
console. I guess also that otherwise the gdalinfo.java running on a 
GeoTiff file would have produced a similar error.


On 02/05/2011 18:53, Even Rouault wrote:
> Le lundi 02 mai 2011 14:14:26, Armin Burger a écrit :
>> Hello all
>> I tried to use GDAL plugins via the Java bindings under Windows. The
>> compiled GDAL libraries are the ones taken from
>> http://www.gisinternals.com/sdk/, I used the
>> "release-1400-gdal-1-8-0-mapserver-5-6-6" built.
>> Compilation of the sample gdalinfo.java worked fine and I can apply it on a
>> Tiff file. It does not work however for formats supplied via the plugins
>> dll's. Following the description from the site I set the environment
>> variable GDAL_DRIVER_PATH pointing to the directory with the plugin dll's.
>> But when running the gdalinfo eg. on an ECW file I get the error
>> ERROR 1: Can't load requested DLL: X:\gdal\gdalplugins\gdal_ECW_JP2ECW.dll
>> 127: The specified procedure could not be found.
> You also need to make sure that your PATH points to the X:\gdal\bin directory
> (where libecwj2.dll should be)
>> So it looks for the correct dll in the right place, but cannot use it.
>> Is the usage of the plugins not supported via the Java bindings? It works
>> fine when I use the gdalinfo.exe file.
>> Thanks in advance for any hints
>> Armin

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