[Ace-users] Re: [tao-users] Newbie Question: Two different TAO
tutorials end upwith this compile error
jwillemsen at remedy.nl
Thu Jul 26 02:07:22 CDT 2007
It looks you didn't look the AnyTypeCode library in your app.
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[mailto:tao-users-bounces at cse.wustl.edu] On Behalf Of De Wit, Anne
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 5:47 AM
To: tao-users at cse.wustl.edu
Subject: [tao-users] Newbie Question: Two different TAO tutorials end upwith
this compile error
I am very new to CORBA. As such I am starting from the very basics and have
run through two different beginner tutorials:
http://www.theaceorb.com/downloads/1.4a/index.html Chapter 3 Getting
Started (Messenger Application)
The Remedy IT Programmers Guide (Hello World Application)
In both cases, after debugging the code (with heplfull compiler errors that
point to the line-numbers with syntax errors), I end up with exactly the
same error. I have attached the entire output of once of these builds in the
failed_build.txt attachment, but I assume the line of interest is the first
obj/HelloC.o(.text+0x37): In function
/root/TAO/anne/HelloC.cpp:129: undefined reference to `vtable for
TAO::TypeCode::Objref<char const*, TAO::Null_RefCount_Policy>'
I have looked on the internet and only found one reference to this. Seeing
as I am so new to CORBA and very amatuerish at C++, I am hoping that this is
some very simple matter that is so easy that it is not documented anywhere
I have run this on two different systems:
Redhat 9.0 and Fedore Core 5. Both give exactly the same error.
I use "$ACE_ROOT/bin/mwc.pl - type gnuace" for the makefiles and then simply
I have absolutely no idea how to resolve this and would much appreciate any
help on the matter.
Anne de Wit
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