Microsoft Windows* 8.x

Trouble with LOADIMAGE

We have frequently used the function LOADIMAGE to display an existing .bmp file on the screen. Sometime since installing XE13.1 (package 2013.2.149) on a new computer, this function does not work. Its return value is -1. Is this a known problem, or can somebody confirm that it still works on their setup? We can confirm that it still works on XE12.1.

Webinar: Learn to be an Intel Visual Fortran Power User

Want to learn how to be a “power user” of Intel® Visual Fortran inside of Microsoft Visual Studio*? Join Intel’s “Doctor Fortran”, Steve Lionel, for a look at the lesser-known but super-useful features that can improve your Fortran development productivity in Visual Studio.

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How to Connect to Oracle


 I need to connect to oracle database from Fortran 2003 or any other above versions. I am not very sure of doing this. I have installed the Intel visual studio environment and oracle client on my machine. Iam able to successfully connect thorugh the Oracle client. I need to write a program in Fortran to connect to database (ORACLE) .Iam looking for some help on this to get this complete. Appreciate your help on this.

Problems with IMSL-library 6.0

Hello there, first sorry for my not perfect english. I have a serious problem with a complex software project. It was last build with Visual Fortran 6.0, using IMSL-library 2.0. I had to lift the environment to Intel Compiler witf Developer Studio 2008/ 2010. With some work, it seemed I got it running. But there is still a serious problem: The project uses an IMSL-routine names "DNCONG", that is not included any more in the new IMSL-library. I tried allready to link the old IMSL-library, but without success. I would be glad for any hints or suggestions how to solve this problem best.

Traceback information when calling Fortran from C/C++

I have a Fortran static library project which is linked to C/C++ program (tried both, pure C and C++). My goal is to execute Fortran code from my C/C++ program and in case there is any error get the traceback information. I am using Visual Studio 2010 with Intel Visual Fortran Studio XE 2013 to build everything.

The problem is that when there is an error in the Fortran code my program crash (which is fine), but I can't get the traceback. However, when I invoke my subroutines from a Fortran program (the main program is a Fortran code), then I get traceback information.

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