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comment No constructor defined?
You were right Kirk. Thank you for all your help. My app is working now
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Hi Kirk- I removed the ArcObjects SDK and then reinstalled it and am still getting "licensecheckedout" as the status so its preventing me from using ArcObjects for Info. I wasn't really having this issue with using the regular console app so I may try that again and see if the fresh install of sdk fixed my original issue with FeatureClassNameClass object
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I'll give that a shot now and will keep you posted. Thanks Kirk
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yes my arcgis adminsitrator is pointed to a 10.0 license server.
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This is strange but after using this new ArcGIS console app which already has your code in it and I added my functions with proper references, it continues to error at this line m_productStatus.Add(prod, status); stating all arcinfo linceses are checked out. When I check ArcGIS Administrator, I see that there are over 23 licenses of Info available and 'm able to open ArcGIS desktop, etc. Thoughts?
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I figured out how to get rid of that last error I mentioned. I think you got me going in the right direction kirk. I'll test out my code now and select "answered" for this question in just a short while
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Thanks Kirk- I created a ArcGIS Console App thnaks to your insight. I'm getting errors at esriLicenseProductCode and esriLicenseExtensionCode and Visual Studio states the type esriLicenseProductCode exists in both E:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\DeveloperKit10.0\DotNet\ESRI.ArcGIS.System.dll and C:\Windows\assembly\GAC_32\ESRI.ArcGIS.System\10.0_8...\ESRI.ArcGIS.System.dll So Do you happen to know how I can fix that?
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Ok I tried creating a new "Arcgis console app" instead of a Console App and I don't see the option in my project templates for Visual Studio 2010. How can I get that?
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If I change that private static line to private static LicenseInitializer m_AOLicenseInitializer = new LicenseInitializer(); then I get an error at m_AOLicenseInitializer.InitializeApplication stating Program.LicenseInitialzer does not contain a definition for InitialzeApplication
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desktopConsoleApplication1 could not be found (are you missing an assembly reference?) is the error I get first. I get some other errors but that may get fixed if I can fix this error first
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Hi Kirk- I had forgot to include another line of my code where I do actually do the runtime binding so I believe I am doing that correctly. Besides, there are a number of other functions that use ArcObjects that I have no trouble on. Neil Clemmons on ESRI forums responded with an interesting response in the below link. I still don't understand why FeatureClassName has no constructor based on what he said but I will try to do what he suggests. Your thoughts? forums.arcgis.com/threads/…
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