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From Philip Polkovnikov <polkovnikov...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Thrift in C++ on Windows giving "'CalculatorHandler': cannot instantiate abstract class" error
Date Sun, 06 Sep 2015 21:30:20 GMT
I've never tried Thrift in C++, even though it's my primary
programming language, but it seems that you should have made a child
class of CalculatorHandler and override its methods. These methods
should be implementations of RPC services.

2015-09-06 23:55 GMT+03:00 Mohamed Nadjib MAMI <mohamed.nadjib.mami@gmail.com>:
> Dear all,
>
> I'm a beginner in Thrift. I'm trying to get started with the example of
> Calculator using C++ on Windows (10). Given that the tutorial was a bit
> difficult to me, I followed a more simplified one here:
> https://elektron9.wordpress.com/2014/09/24/configuring-apache-thrift-for-visual-studio-2012/
> .
>
> Everything worked as expected until step 11 in building and running Thrift
> server. If you don't want to open it, it's the step of building Thrift
> server after having generated the .h and .ccp files using thrift compiler,
> and setting the Additional Includes, Dependencies and Libraries inside MS
> Visual Studio 2013.
>
> The error I'm getting is: "'CalculatorHandler': cannot instantiate abstract
> class"
>
> ... corresponding to the line:
>
> shared_ptr<CalculatorHandler> handler(new CalculatorHandler());
>
> ... in the generated file: 'Calculator_server.skeleton.ccp'
>
> By my little C++ knowledge and some Googling, I could interpret the error,
> but I couldn't solve it. Can any one help?
>
> Thanks in advance!
> MNM

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