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#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 4, 2008 10:04:08 AM(UTC)

cdines  
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Hello, Leadtools Support;

Would you please tell us the version number of the latest release of the NITF library you have released? Currently we have version 15.0.0.1 of the Ltntf15u.dll time-stamped 4/17/07.

We are having an issue with modifying and saving the NITF image header field IGEOLO. We would like to make sure we have the latest release of your library for testing before we submit a formal issue report. We could also use an example of how to implement and save changes to this particular field.

Many thanks,

Chuck
 

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, March 4, 2008 11:39:11 PM(UTC)

Yasir Alani  
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Chuck,


 


The latest version for "Ltntf15u.dll" is 15.0.1.0.


 


Please send an email to support@leadtools.com and mention this post so I can send you download instructions for the latest patches.


 


Don't forget to include your serial number in the email.


 


About the field you mentioned, you should be able to
manipulate it using the L_NITFGetImageHeader and L_NITFSetImageHeader functions
(if you're using the DLL API interface). For more information, see the help
topic "Programming with LEADTOOLS NITF Functions" in our NITF help file.

 
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