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undefined reference to Esri::ArcGisRuntime::Map,TiledLayer etc



  • Re: ArcGIS runtime and Qt ui support

    Hello everyone!
    I have installed ArcGis 100.5 version sdk with qt12.3. and when i am trying to run the ArcGis examples(ex build legend) getting undefined reference errors. No sample code of ArcGis is not running. I thought of May be linking error. so please reply me with your advice. below is the image what are the errors i got. Please suggest me.0_1564152316031_arcgis_runtime_error_with_qt.png
    thanks in advance.


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    That's a question you should rather bring to the folks of ArcGis. They will likely be more able to assist you with their SDK.



  • Thanq for the reply.

    I understood is that, the problem above mentioned is because of minGw compiler. ArcGis will only compile with MSVC 2013. so how can i add this MSVC 2013 compiler to qt. I have installed visual studio 2013. Now, how can i add this to qt creator as a compiler. Please reply me sir.

    Thanks in advance.


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    You can't mix and match compilers like that. You can only since VS2017 which is backward compatible with VS2015. Either download a version of Qt pre-built for VS2013 or update your ArcGis version for a more recent version of Visual Studio.


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