After inplace upgrading from 1.1.1 to 1.2.0 I've got a bunch of linking errors like these:
1> libema.lib(ItemCallbackClient.obj) : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol rsslDecodeArray
What am I doing wrong? VS2017 if this matters (I don't think so).
I figured out how to fix it: it looks like previously ETA libs were linked in the libema.lib, with 1.2.0 release they are separated out and placed under Elektron-SDK1.2.0.win.rrg\Cpp-C\Eta\Libs.
After specifying them in AdditionalDependencies explicitly (and copying over):
<AdditionalDependencies>libxml2.lib; librsslVA.lib; librssl.lib; libema.lib; ws2_32.lib; wininet.lib;%(AdditionalDependencies)</AdditionalDependencies>
Compilation went successful.
This is something needs to be brought to https://developers.thomsonreuters.com/elektron/elektron-sdk-cc/learning?content=6148&type=learning_material_item as it states that only libema.lib is needed (but I asked it in a separate thread).
The ESDK 1.2 release has made some changes to some of the libraries that may affect the linking of existing applications. Refer to the Migration Guide within the ESDK C/C++ documentation.
Also, try to use the new CMake build system to generate the project files for the examples as outlined within the Migration Guide. This will allow you to compare the linking/compiler includes and libs as a comparison to your project build files.