According to the windows makefile the MapScript compilation target mapscript. Like previously mentioned if you are creating a windows application the common language runtime will search for a manifest file for the application. So firstly you might want to check for the dependencies of your libmap. The error message talks about mapscript. When creating an ASP. This chapter will summarize the most frequent problems the user can run into.
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The sample contents of the manifest file are: Like previously mentioned if you are creating a windows application the common language runtime will search for a manifest file for the application. This simply maps the library file the DllImport is looking for to its unix equivalent.
Some distributions have pre-compiled binaries to install, but for using the latest version you might want to compile and install it from the source.
You should use the same compiler for compiling MapScript as the compiler has been used for csharp.dlp MapServer compilation. Download and uncompress the latest SWIG release.
When creating an ASP. The files required for your application should be manually installed. This chapter will summarize the most frequent problems the user can run into.
On the Unix systems the library file dsharp.dll normally starts with the lib prefix and appended with the. The error message talks about mapscript.
Using C#: Unable to load DLL ‘mapscript’: The specified module could not be found.
You should probably compile it from the source if pre-compiled binaries are not available for your platform. You may want to try to use more recent library versions for your build. If you find a problem dedicated to the MapScript C interface feel free to file a bug report to the Issue Tracker. Mapping of the library name may be manually controlled using a dll. Win32 compilation targeting the MS.
Warning This document may refer to older library versions. Although you can run the drawmap sample correctly you may encounter the dll loading problem with the ASP.
For more information see:. In this case you may have to embed the manifest into the dll as a resource using the mt tool like:. For more details see:. If you can run the drawmap C sample application with your mapfile your compilation might be correct and all of the dlls are available.
Before the compilation you should download and install the recent mono Win32 setup package eg. Before the compilation you should download and install the recent mono Linux package. For more details see: Before making the build the recent MONO package should be installed on the system.
Before making the test the location of the corresponding libraries should be included in the system PATH. I propose to store all of the dll-s required by your application in the application folder. According to the windows makefile the MapScript compilation target mapscript. You can get this problem on Windows and in most cases it can be dedicated to a missing or an unloadable shared library.
The application will run under a different security context than the interactive user under the context of the ASPNET user by default. It is highly recommended to minimize the library dependency of kapscript application, so when compiling MapServer enable only the features really needed.
MS4W – MapServer for Windows – version 4.0.0
Beginning from MapServer 4. Mapsdript DllImport declaration contains the library name, however to transform the library name into a file name is platform dependent. On Windows the library name is simply appended with the. Last updated on