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    SourcePro 12 Installation

    Hi , Im currently in thr process of migrating an application using sourcepro10 update1 to sourcepro 12 . Im Using Visual Studio 2010 and my Operating system is windows 7 .( If anyone is familiar with the process and common changes required please let me know )
    When compiling the sourcepro core im getting the following error -
    When I run rcb.bat (using visual studio cmd)

    *** Failed attempt to compile and link against icu:
    do-compile-and-link-icu.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol ucal_getNow_44 referenced in function main
    do-compile-and-link-icu.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol u_errorName_44 referenced in function main
    do-compile-and-link-icu.obj : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol u_charName_44 referenced in function main
    do-compile-and-link-icu.exe : fatal error LNK1120: 3 unresolved externals

    "while evaluating characterization compile-and-link-icu."

    Thanks for your help,

    Raghav

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    facing same issue

    I am also facing same issue using visual studio 2012.
    Can somebody please help me on this.

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    SourcePro 12 Installation

    This error may occur if you build SourcePro as 64bit and trying to run RCB from a 32 bit command line in Visual Studio 20xx

    To build 64bit libraries you will need to follow the following steps:
    1. make sure that RCB is not running.
    2. open a "Open VS20xx x64 Native Tools Command Prompt" window
    a. click on start menu
    b. click on "All Programs"
    c. click on "Microsoft Visual Studio 20xx"
    d. click on "Visual Studio Tools"
    e. click on "Open VS20xx x64 Native Tools Command Prompt"
    3. change directory to SourcePro install: <RW_buildspace>
    4. Start RCB from this command prompt: rcb\bin\rcb.bat
    David Jackson
    Rogue Wave
    Software Support

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