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Snehal Joshi
Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

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RE: building FDO source code on Windows

Orest Halustchak

Hi,

 

It uses the C API, which you can get from the ArcSDE SDK. You don’t need the ArcSDE server just to build the provider, but you will need the SDE client libraries to run the provider.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
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Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

Many thanks!



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Re: building FDO source code on Windows

Snehal Joshi
Hi Orest,

Many thanks for your help. I've one more follow-up question - 

Would the ArcSDE SDK installer  also provide the SDE client libraries needed at run-time? (I'm assuming these are sg.dll, sde.dll, and pe.dll). 

Snehal

On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

 

It uses the C API, which you can get from the ArcSDE SDK. You don’t need the ArcSDE server just to build the provider, but you will need the SDE client libraries to run the provider.

 

Orest.

 

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Subject: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

Many thanks!



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RE: building FDO source code on Windows

Orest Halustchak

Hi Snehal,

 

I believe that’s correct, that the sdk provides the necessary libraries. Make sure that you get the correct version of the sdk for 32 or 64 bit. I don’t know if there is one sdk for both platforms or if there are separate sdk’s.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
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Hi Orest,

 

Many thanks for your help. I've one more follow-up question - 

 

Would the ArcSDE SDK installer  also provide the SDE client libraries needed at run-time? (I'm assuming these are sg.dll, sde.dll, and pe.dll). 

 

Snehal

On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

 

It uses the C API, which you can get from the ArcSDE SDK. You don’t need the ArcSDE server just to build the provider, but you will need the SDE client libraries to run the provider.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 1:51 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

Many thanks!


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Re: building FDO source code on Windows

Snehal Joshi
Hi Orest,

Thanks again for the helpful information. I've one last question that has been bothering me -

From http://fdo.osgeo.org/files/fdo/docs/OpenSourceBuild__README.html, in Build Notes section, it says that in order to build the ArcSDE provider, you'll need to have the ArcSDE 9.1 client SDK installed. How strict is the version dependency? I see there is major release of ArcGIS software after 9.1.

Regards,
Snehal


On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 7:19 AM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Snehal,

 

I believe that’s correct, that the sdk provides the necessary libraries. Make sure that you get the correct version of the sdk for 32 or 64 bit. I don’t know if there is one sdk for both platforms or if there are separate sdk’s.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 11:00 PM
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Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi Orest,

 

Many thanks for your help. I've one more follow-up question - 

 

Would the ArcSDE SDK installer  also provide the SDE client libraries needed at run-time? (I'm assuming these are sg.dll, sde.dll, and pe.dll). 

 

Snehal

On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

 

It uses the C API, which you can get from the ArcSDE SDK. You don’t need the ArcSDE server just to build the provider, but you will need the SDE client libraries to run the provider.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 1:51 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

Many thanks!


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RE: building FDO source code on Windows

Orest Halustchak

That looks like an old note. You should use 10.0 or 9.3.1.

 

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Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi Orest,

Thanks again for the helpful information. I've one last question that has been bothering me -

>From http://fdo.osgeo.org/files/fdo/docs/OpenSourceBuild__README.html, in Build Notes section, it says that in order to build the ArcSDE provider, you'll need to have the ArcSDE 9.1 client SDK installed. How strict is the version dependency? I see there is major release of ArcGIS software after 9.1.

Regards,
Snehal

On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 7:19 AM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Snehal,

 

I believe that’s correct, that the sdk provides the necessary libraries. Make sure that you get the correct version of the sdk for 32 or 64 bit. I don’t know if there is one sdk for both platforms or if there are separate sdk’s.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 11:00 PM
To: FDO Users Mail List
Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi Orest,

 

Many thanks for your help. I've one more follow-up question - 

 

Would the ArcSDE SDK installer  also provide the SDE client libraries needed at run-time? (I'm assuming these are sg.dll, sde.dll, and pe.dll). 

 

Snehal

On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

 

It uses the C API, which you can get from the ArcSDE SDK. You don’t need the ArcSDE server just to build the provider, but you will need the SDE client libraries to run the provider.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 1:51 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

Many thanks!


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Re: building FDO source code on Windows

Snehal Joshi
Hi Orest,

Thanks very much, appreciate your help. I'll use one of the later versions.

Regards,
Snehal

On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 8:54 AM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

That looks like an old note. You should use 10.0 or 9.3.1.

 

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Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 9:50 AM


To: FDO Users Mail List
Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi Orest,

Thanks again for the helpful information. I've one last question that has been bothering me -

>From http://fdo.osgeo.org/files/fdo/docs/OpenSourceBuild__README.html, in Build Notes section, it says that in order to build the ArcSDE provider, you'll need to have the ArcSDE 9.1 client SDK installed. How strict is the version dependency? I see there is major release of ArcGIS software after 9.1.

Regards,
Snehal

On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 7:19 AM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Snehal,

 

I believe that’s correct, that the sdk provides the necessary libraries. Make sure that you get the correct version of the sdk for 32 or 64 bit. I don’t know if there is one sdk for both platforms or if there are separate sdk’s.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 11:00 PM
To: FDO Users Mail List
Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi Orest,

 

Many thanks for your help. I've one more follow-up question - 

 

Would the ArcSDE SDK installer  also provide the SDE client libraries needed at run-time? (I'm assuming these are sg.dll, sde.dll, and pe.dll). 

 

Snehal

On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

 

It uses the C API, which you can get from the ArcSDE SDK. You don’t need the ArcSDE server just to build the provider, but you will need the SDE client libraries to run the provider.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 1:51 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

Many thanks!


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RE: building FDO source code on Windows

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Hi Snehal,

 

I think this lik was not update since long time.

 

Below is a link for a readme which can be found in each FDO version and this is for trunk (3.8):

https://svn.osgeo.org/fdo/trunk/OpenSourceBuild__README.txt

 

Regards,

Romy

 

  5. In order to build the ArcSDE 9.2 Provider, you will need to have the ArcSDE
     9.2/9.3 Client SDK installed and the following environment variable
  set to point to the ArcSDE SDK installation location:

        set SDEHOME=[ArcSDE 9.2/9.3 Developer Components Path]
  
     In order to build the unit tests for the ArcSDE 9.2 provider, set the following
  environment variable value:
  
        set SDEVER_ARCUNITTEST=92  - will build unit test using ArcSDE 9.2 SDK

     In case user needs to build both the 91 and 92 versions of the ArcSDE Provider on Windows,
  they will need to install both the ArcSDE 9.1 Client SDK and the ArcSDE 9.2/9.3 Client SDK,
  set the environment variable SDEHOME to point to the location of the 9.2/9.3 Client SDK as
     specified above, and copy the "bin", "include" and "lib" directory from the ArcSDE 9.1
     Client SDK into: %FDOTHIRDPARTY%\ESRI\ArcSDEClient91\Windows
 
     In order to build the unit tests for the ArcSDE 9.1 provider using the AcSDE 9.1 SDK,
  set the following environment variable value:
 
  set SDEVER_ARCUNITTEST=91   - will build unit test using ArcSDE 9.1 SDK
 
     The ArcSDE provider build script will attempt to build both the ArcSDE 9.1 and 9.2 providers.
     In case user has only one version of the ArcSDE client installed, the location must be
     specified using %SDEHOME%.
    
     NOTE: The ArcSDE unit test project will only search for include and lib files in %SDEHOME%
     NOTE: ArcSDE is licensed software and must be obtained from an ESRI vendor.

 

 


From: [hidden email] [[hidden email]] on behalf of Snehal Joshi [[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 9:50 AM
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Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

Hi Orest,

Thanks again for the helpful information. I've one last question that has been bothering me -

>From http://fdo.osgeo.org/files/fdo/docs/OpenSourceBuild__README.html, in Build Notes section, it says that in order to build the ArcSDE provider, you'll need to have the ArcSDE 9.1 client SDK installed. How strict is the version dependency? I see there is major release of ArcGIS software after 9.1.

Regards,
Snehal


On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 7:19 AM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Snehal,

 

I believe that’s correct, that the sdk provides the necessary libraries. Make sure that you get the correct version of the sdk for 32 or 64 bit. I don’t know if there is one sdk for both platforms or if there are separate sdk’s.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 11:00 PM
To: FDO Users Mail List
Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi Orest,

 

Many thanks for your help. I've one more follow-up question - 

 

Would the ArcSDE SDK installer  also provide the SDE client libraries needed at run-time? (I'm assuming these are sg.dll, sde.dll, and pe.dll). 

 

Snehal

On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

 

It uses the C API, which you can get from the ArcSDE SDK. You don’t need the ArcSDE server just to build the provider, but you will need the SDE client libraries to run the provider.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 1:51 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

Many thanks!


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Re: building FDO source code on Windows

Snehal Joshi
Thanks for that pointer, Romy. Appreciate it!

Regards,
Snehal

On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 8:57 AM, Romica Dascalescu <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Snehal,

 

I think this lik was not update since long time.

 

Below is a link for a readme which can be found in each FDO version and this is for trunk (3.8):

https://svn.osgeo.org/fdo/trunk/OpenSourceBuild__README.txt

 

Regards,

Romy

 

  5. In order to build the ArcSDE 9.2 Provider, you will need to have the ArcSDE
     9.2/9.3 Client SDK installed and the following environment variable
  set to point to the ArcSDE SDK installation location:

        set SDEHOME=[ArcSDE 9.2/9.3 Developer Components Path]
  
     In order to build the unit tests for the ArcSDE 9.2 provider, set the following
  environment variable value:
  
        set SDEVER_ARCUNITTEST=92  - will build unit test using ArcSDE 9.2 SDK

     In case user needs to build both the 91 and 92 versions of the ArcSDE Provider on Windows,
  they will need to install both the ArcSDE 9.1 Client SDK and the ArcSDE 9.2/9.3 Client SDK,
  set the environment variable SDEHOME to point to the location of the 9.2/9.3 Client SDK as
     specified above, and copy the "bin", "include" and "lib" directory from the ArcSDE 9.1
     Client SDK into: %FDOTHIRDPARTY%\ESRI\ArcSDEClient91\Windows
 
     In order to build the unit tests for the ArcSDE 9.1 provider using the AcSDE 9.1 SDK,
  set the following environment variable value:
 
  set SDEVER_ARCUNITTEST=91   - will build unit test using ArcSDE 9.1 SDK
 
     The ArcSDE provider build script will attempt to build both the ArcSDE 9.1 and 9.2 providers.
     In case user has only one version of the ArcSDE client installed, the location must be
     specified using %SDEHOME%.
    
     NOTE: The ArcSDE unit test project will only search for include and lib files in %SDEHOME%
     NOTE: ArcSDE is licensed software and must be obtained from an ESRI vendor.

 

 


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Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

Hi Orest,

Thanks again for the helpful information. I've one last question that has been bothering me -

>From http://fdo.osgeo.org/files/fdo/docs/OpenSourceBuild__README.html, in Build Notes section, it says that in order to build the ArcSDE provider, you'll need to have the ArcSDE 9.1 client SDK installed. How strict is the version dependency? I see there is major release of ArcGIS software after 9.1.

Regards,
Snehal


On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 7:19 AM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Snehal,

 

I believe that’s correct, that the sdk provides the necessary libraries. Make sure that you get the correct version of the sdk for 32 or 64 bit. I don’t know if there is one sdk for both platforms or if there are separate sdk’s.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 11:00 PM
To: FDO Users Mail List
Subject: Re: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi Orest,

 

Many thanks for your help. I've one more follow-up question - 

 

Would the ArcSDE SDK installer  also provide the SDE client libraries needed at run-time? (I'm assuming these are sg.dll, sde.dll, and pe.dll). 

 

Snehal

On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 7:17 PM, Orest Halustchak <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

 

It uses the C API, which you can get from the ArcSDE SDK. You don’t need the ArcSDE server just to build the provider, but you will need the SDE client libraries to run the provider.

 

Orest.

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Snehal Joshi
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 1:51 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [fdo-users] building FDO source code on Windows

 

Hi All,

I am trying to compile FDO source code on Windows. From the build instructions, I figured I'd need to get ArcSDE SDK. I see there are two choices for this - the C-API or the Java SDK. I plan to build the FDO binaries to be used in C++ application. So, I'm assuming I could use the C-API. Is that a valid assumption. Also, do I need to have any additional ArcGIS/ArcSDE components installed the machine I use to build FDO code. I don't have ArcGIS/ArcSDE Server or Oracle on it currently. I have been struggling to get more information on this, and will greatly appreciate any pointers.

Many thanks!


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