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[resolved] HELP - Problems with installation

Followed the instructions in the INSTALL file, but all I get is Studio crashing when it's finished it's splash screen initialisation. I've tried with the latest v5.5 and the previous v5.4.2 (as plugin was v5.4). Can anyone help, all I want to do is transform lat/long to eastings/northings, and maybe other GIS stuff if I can get it working.

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Re: [resolved] HELP - Problems with installation

Sorted, something wrong with the workspace, had to delete it all, and now reconstructing the project
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Re: [resolved] HELP - Problems with installation

Okay, still have problems. Got the Geo toolpanel thingy, and now just trying to use it. I want to take a point coordinate and convert it from lat/long to british national grid (EPSG:27700). I've thrown in a mapper and I'm adding a variable in the middle:
GeometryOperation.PROJ(new Geometry("POINT(" + row2.latitude + " " + row2.longitude + ")"), "4326", "27700", null)
But when I test this I get "Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem:". Looks like a basic installation problem. Running SDI 5.4 in Talend ESB 5.5.1, and have installed GDAL core components ("gdal-111-1600-core.msi") and environment variable set, Windows 7 Platform.
Please help - thank you.
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Re: [resolved] HELP - Problems with installation

Okay, still have problems. Got the Geo toolpanel thingy, and now just trying to use it. I want to take a point coordinate and convert it from lat/long to british national grid (EPSG:27700). I've thrown in a mapper and I'm adding a variable in the middle:
GeometryOperation.PROJ(new Geometry("POINT(" + row2.latitude + " " + row2.longitude + ")"), "4326", "27700", null)
But when I test this I get "Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem:". Looks like a basic installation problem. Running SDI 5.4 in Talend ESB 5.5.1, and have installed GDAL core components ("gdal-111-1600-core.msi") and environment variable set, Windows 7 Platform.
Please help - thank you.

Found out that adding a sGeomTxtInput writing out to a sShapefileOutput added the necessary background code references (found in another post). It's messy, but it works, and as a a service it only writes the file once.