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For more information, see the Using qt.conf documentation. Looks like you're doing the things the right > > way... > > > > Have you tried making the Doc/Assistant.app/Contents/Plugins not a > > symlink, but a copy of Bundle.app/Contents/Plugins Actually it's not really working, it's opening but the documentation seems not to be present. I really need help Thanks Martin -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... http://nerdwideweb.com/cannot-load/cannot-load-rdr-driver.html
Rewrite it ! Yet another possibility is to set the QT_PLUGIN_PATH environment variable before running the application. I've deployed the application in another system and exported the library path as LD_LIBRARY_PATH as given in deployment document. It simply won't run qsqlite4.dll out of ./plugins/sqldrivers/ nor ./sqldrivers/ Thanks.
But as soon as I copy my app on a > >> machine without qt framework I get an error "Cannot Load SQLite database > >> driver!" > >> > >> It only shows the introductory page Is the documentation installed somewhere ? Please give solution to this problem. Werner Smekal > >>>>> Institut fuer Angewandte Physik > >>>>> Technische Universitaet Wien > >>>>> Wiedner Hauptstr 8-10/134 > >>>>> A-1040 Wien > >>>>> Austria > >>>>> DVR-Nr: 0005886 > >>>>>
Skip user information unimatrix Beginner Posts: 1 1 Tuesday, February 15th 2005, 10:27am SQLITE driver does not load As the topic says, i can't get SQLITE drivers to work. Note that your program will only use qwindows.dll, so you don't need qofscreen.dll and qminimal.dll. !http://i.imgur.com/S582DlV.png(Deployment)! Thanks –mimic Jun 13 '11 at 7:03 The new link is: qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/deployment-windows.html –Valentin Heinitz Jun 13 '13 at 21:13 @Mar, your link has broken for a long PS: Does this even solve my problem?
Since advantage and disadvantage caused in a heavy obscured area cancel out, what effect does it have in combat? That s not that bad in my dev > >>>>> environment but what if the user already have a qt somewhere? > >>>>> > >>>>> Is there a way to make You can confirm this by setting the > >>>> environment variables DYLD_PRINT_LIBRARIES or > >>>> DYLD_PRINT_LIBRARIES_POST_LAUNCH to a non-empty string and then > >>>> starting your application from the command line http://www.prog.org.ru/topic_13375_0.html Dammit!
Subscribing... Does anyone have any other suggestions? http://stavros.filippidis.name Reply Quote 0 seg_fault last edited by [quote author="Stavros" date="1312021044"]Well, I would make an guess here: ;-) Investigate the possibility that the “Driver not loaded Driver not loaded.” and the But as soon as I copy my app on a machine without qt framework I got an error "Cannot Load SQLite database driver!" So let me first show you my layout
Is it considered an anti pattern to write SQL in the source code? You can also use a qt.conf file to override the hard-coded paths that are compiled into the Qt library. Here I must say that due to that switching "innovation" qtcreator is not able to find qmake. The exact paths depend on your Qt installation and your application path.
I first tried to put the whole > >>>> Assistant.app in a folder of my app bundle. So far I have tried the a.addLibraryPath(QCoreApplication::applicationDirPath() + "/plugins/"); (among many other variations) to no joy. more stack exchange communities company blog Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and have a peek here Reply Quote 0 derrek.telops last edited by QT 5.3.1 Using qsqlite I had this same problem and solved with a shotgun approach.
Use install_name_tool for that. > >>>>> > >>>>> But everything is done by the BundleUtilities macro, so you don't > >>>>> need to mess around here. > >>>>> > >>>>> HTH, Nothing should come from your Qt installation. > >>>> > >>>> If this is the source for the error, try including an empty qt.conf > >>>> file in your bundle (or In assistant: Edit->Preferences->Documentation->add - navigate to the wherever the qt.qch file is on your system. (on Debian: /usr/share/qt4/doc/qch/qt.qch ) - click ok Topic archived.
where can i find the drivers, i'm new to linux and all of these seems strange Thank you Last edited on Dec 27, 2013 at 12:20pm UTC Dec 27, 2013 at
All rights reserved. Thanks qt sqlite driver share|improve this question edited Jun 13 '11 at 4:00 asked Jun 13 '11 at 3:01 mimic 1,02512044 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up Browse other questions tagged qt sqlite driver or ask your own question. seg_fault last edited by Hi Guys, I have created an application that makes use of the SQLite DB driver however I can only get it to work if I have the
So it seems that with a deployed application you want to create a "sqldrivers" folder beside the platforms folder and place your sql dll in there. Since the prefixes do not > >>>> match, Qt is complaining... mukunda13th July 2011, 12:21Directory strucure is /home/QtUser/AppExe/lib/plugins/sqldrivers Assistant is present in /home/QtUser/AppExe mcosta13th July 2011, 14:50ok, the directory must be /home/QtUser/AppExe/sqldrivers Read here form more details Powered by vBulletin Version 4.1.9 http://nerdwideweb.com/cannot-load/cannot-load-driver-flashnet-sys.html Reply Quote 0 seg_fault last edited by Hi Guys, I am still struggling with this problem.
But then fixing the bundle > >>>> wouldn't work with the assistant because of the double level of bundle > >>>> app. Could the failure to load the db driver and the subsequent failure of db.open() cause any future calls, such as db.lastError().text(), to result in an access violation? How to rotate a staple of pictures from the command line? I could delete 7, one of them was locked.
See full activity log To post a comment you must log in. It explains in detail how this page works. After using the fixbundle > >>>>> script, my app works great on a machine without QT installed. E.g., Applications Folder ->YourApp.exe -> sqldrivers\qsqlite.dll It's work.
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