The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E)

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The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E)

Patrick Tsang
Hi Guys,

I ran into this error when I try to use FDO in my C# web application. Here is what I did.

1.) I downloaded 3.2.1 binaries from http://fdo.osgeo.org/download.html
2.) Create a new web application using VS 2005
3.) Add all the OSGeo.*.dll reference
4.) Run the web application then I got that error...

Any idea will be great!!! Thanks in advance.

Cheers,
Patrick
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Re: The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E)

Hidekazu Shimaji
Hello Patrick,

You need add the following path to your "Path" system environment variable.

C:\Program Files\MapGuideOpenSource\Server\Bin\FDO
C:\Program Files\MapGuideOpenSource\Server\Bin\FDO\com

They are where fdo files are locationed.
This is because the OSGeo.*.dlls refer other files in those folders.

Try it.

Regards,
Hidekazu

--- original message ---
Hi Guys,

I ran into this error when I try to use FDO in my C# web application. Here is what I did.

1.) I downloaded 3.2.1 binaries from http://fdo.osgeo.org/download.html
2.) Create a new web application using VS 2005
3.) Add all the OSGeo.*.dll reference
4.) Run the web application then I got that error...

Any idea will be great!!! Thanks in advance.

Cheers,
Patrick
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RE: The specified module could not be found. (Exceptionfrom HRESULT: 0x8007007E)

Greg Boone
Also, use the depends.exe application (or other appropriate NS tool) to
determine modules are missing.

Greg

-----Original Message-----
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Subject: Re: [fdo-users] The specified module could not be found.
(Exceptionfrom HRESULT: 0x8007007E)


Hello Patrick,

You need add the following path to your "Path" system environment
variable.

C:\Program Files\MapGuideOpenSource\Server\Bin\FDO
C:\Program Files\MapGuideOpenSource\Server\Bin\FDO\com

They are where fdo files are locationed.
This is because the OSGeo.*.dlls refer other files in those folders.

Try it.

Regards,
Hidekazu

--- original message ---
Hi Guys,

I ran into this error when I try to use FDO in my C# web application.
Here
is what I did.

1.) I downloaded 3.2.1 binaries from http://fdo.osgeo.org/download.html
2.) Create a new web application using VS 2005
3.) Add all the OSGeo.*.dll reference
4.) Run the web application then I got that error...

Any idea will be great!!! Thanks in advance.

Cheers,
Patrick

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How to add WMS Transparent layer???

Patrick Tsang
Thank you guys, got it working with WMS server...

I should explain what i try to do here, i want to add WMS layer on the fly not through MapStudio.
I am able to add WMS layer on the fly but the layer come back is not transparent but i cannot figure out how to request the layer as transparent... here is my code (C#):

        private string formatWMSProviderXml =
            "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf-8\"?>" + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "  <FeatureSource xmlns:xsi=\"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance\" xmlns:xsd=\"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema\" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation=\"FeatureSource-1.0.0.xsd\">" + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "    <Provider>OSGeo.WMS</Provider>" + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "    <Parameter>" + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "      <Name>FeatureServer</Name>" + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "      <Value>{0}</Value>" + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "    </Parameter>" + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "  </FeatureSource>";

        private string formatWMSLayerXml =
            "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "  <LayerDefinition xmlns:xsi=\"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance\" xmlns:xsd=\"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema\" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation=\"LayerDefinition-1.0.0.xsd\" version=\"1.0.0\"> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "    <GridLayerDefinition> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "      <ResourceId>{0}</ResourceId> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "      <FeatureName>WMS_Schema:{1}</FeatureName> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "      <Geometry>Raster</Geometry> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "      <GridScaleRange> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "        <ColorStyle> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "          <ColorRule> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "            <LegendLabel></LegendLabel> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "            <Color> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "              <ExplicitColor>000000</ExplicitColor> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "            </Color> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "          </ColorRule> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "          <ColorRule> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "            <LegendLabel></LegendLabel> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "            <Color> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "              <ExplicitColor>FFFFFF</ExplicitColor> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "            </Color> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "          </ColorRule> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "        </ColorStyle> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "        <RebuildFactor>1</RebuildFactor> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "      </GridScaleRange> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "    </GridLayerDefinition> " + System.Environment.NewLine +
            "  </LayerDefinition>";

        public void AddLayer(string SessionId, string ClassName, Server Server, string MapName)
        {
            // Create MgSiteConnection
            MgSiteConnection siteConnection = new MgSiteConnection();
            siteConnection.Open(new MgUserInformation(SessionId));

            //create the services we will use
            MgResourceService resourceService = siteConnection.CreateService(MgServiceType.ResourceService) as MgResourceService;

            //create the wms feature source
            // NOTES: Server.URL is something like "http://www.geographynetwork.ca/wmsconnector/com.esri.wms.Esrimap/OBM_Full_I?request=getcapabilities&service=WMS&version=1.1.1"
            string formatedWmsProviderXml = string.Format(formatWMSProviderXml, XmlEscape(Server.URL));

            MgByteSource wmsFeatureSourceByteSource = new MgByteSource(System.Text.Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(formatedWmsProviderXml), formatedWmsProviderXml.Length);
            wmsFeatureSourceByteSource.SetMimeType(MgMimeType.Xml);
            string featureSourceName = string.Format("Session:{0}//{1}.FeatureSource", SessionId, Guid.NewGuid());
            MgResourceIdentifier WmsFeatureSourceResourceIdentifier = new MgResourceIdentifier(featureSourceName);
            resourceService.SetResource(WmsFeatureSourceResourceIdentifier, wmsFeatureSourceByteSource.GetReader(), null);

            //create the wms layer
            // NOTES: ClassName is the layer name user pick from a list of layers from the Server.URL
            string layerWmsName = ClassName;
            string formatedWmsLayerXml = string.Format(formatWMSLayerXml, XmlEscape(featureSourceName), XmlEscape(layerWmsName));
            MgByteSource wmsLayerByteSource = new MgByteSource(System.Text.Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(formatedWmsLayerXml), formatedWmsLayerXml.Length);
            wmsLayerByteSource.SetMimeType(MgMimeType.Xml);

            MgResourceIdentifier wmsLayerResourceIdentifier = new MgResourceIdentifier(string.Format("Session:{0}//{1}.LayerDefinition", SessionId, layerWmsName));
            resourceService.SetResource(wmsLayerResourceIdentifier, wmsLayerByteSource.GetReader(), null);

            //get a reference to the map
            MgResourceService l_oResourceService = siteConnection.CreateService(MgServiceType.ResourceService) as MgResourceService;
            MgMap map = new MgMap();
            map.Open(l_oResourceService, MapName);

            // Add the new layer to the map's layer collection
            MgLayer newLayer = new MgLayer(wmsLayerResourceIdentifier, resourceService);

            newLayer.SetName(layerWmsName);
            newLayer.SetVisible(true);
            newLayer.SetLegendLabel(layerWmsName);
            newLayer.SetDisplayInLegend(true);


            MgLayerCollection layerCollection = map.GetLayers();
            if (!layerCollection.Contains(layerWmsName))
            {
                // Insert the new layer at position 0 so it is at
                // the top of the drawing order
                layerCollection.Insert(0, newLayer);

                Server.Layers.Find(delegate(Layer l) { return l.ClassName == ClassName; }).IsVisible = true;
            }

            //  Save the map back to the session repository
            string mapResourceName = string.Format("Session:{0}//{1}.Map", SessionId, MapName);
            MgResourceIdentifier mapResourceID = new MgResourceIdentifier(mapResourceName);
            mapResourceID.Validate();
            map.Save(resourceService, mapResourceID);

            // return
            //return Server;
        }

There has objects not defined, try to keep it short. Sorry about it... Thanks in advance!!!

Cheers,
Patrick

gregboone wrote
Also, use the depends.exe application (or other appropriate NS tool) to
determine modules are missing.

Greg

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From: fdo-users-bounces@lists.osgeo.org
[mailto:fdo-users-bounces@lists.osgeo.org] On Behalf Of Hidekazu Shimaji
Sent: Friday, June 22, 2007 8:46 PM
To: fdo-users@lists.osgeo.org
Subject: Re: [fdo-users] The specified module could not be found.
(Exceptionfrom HRESULT: 0x8007007E)


Hello Patrick,

You need add the following path to your "Path" system environment
variable.

C:\Program Files\MapGuideOpenSource\Server\Bin\FDO
C:\Program Files\MapGuideOpenSource\Server\Bin\FDO\com

They are where fdo files are locationed.
This is because the OSGeo.*.dlls refer other files in those folders.

Try it.

Regards,
Hidekazu

--- original message ---
Hi Guys,

I ran into this error when I try to use FDO in my C# web application.
Here
is what I did.

1.) I downloaded 3.2.1 binaries from http://fdo.osgeo.org/download.html
2.) Create a new web application using VS 2005
3.) Add all the OSGeo.*.dll reference
4.) Run the web application then I got that error...

Any idea will be great!!! Thanks in advance.

Cheers,
Patrick

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