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In one of the methods of my application I am trying to create a new shapefile on the fly on a location on my disk where the same shape file is present, but since i need to convert the shapefile type for my system so I have to do it. It is working fine in two other modules but this one is finding me
ShapeFile.Createnew
Posted by: Sumit ()
Date: June 30, 2010 12:09AM

In one of the methods of my application I am trying to create a new shapefile on the fly on a location on my disk where the same shape file is present, but since i need to convert the shapefile type for my system so I have to do it. It is working fine in two other modules but this one is finding me problems. I tried to rectify the problem but all i am with is the last error code generated which is 804. If anyone have any idea then please help me.

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Re: ShapeFile.Createnew
Posted by: pmeems ()
Date: June 30, 2010 12:45PM

You should use sf.get_ErrorMsg(sf.LastErrorCode) to get a descriptive error.
It would also help if you would show some code.

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Re: ShapeFile.Createnew
Posted by: Sumit ()
Date: June 30, 2010 11:22PM

Thanks for your reply, it was actually a access violation issue as the shapefile was not getting closed, though, i close it by sf.close(), I don't know why... but then I resolved the issue by just simply ignoring to use that shapefile=, Instead i copied it to different location, did my calculations with that shapefile and then simply replaced the original one.

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