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Basically yes, the code you have used would update all the objects that are already in the table with a new pen and brush style. If there are no existing objects in the table then there would be no records to change. It sounds like you maybe want to change the current pen and brush styles so that any new objects you draw use that new style? If so, you can do ...


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You can use PostgreSQL, MS SQL server Express or Oracle XE. They are all free, but the two latter are restricted in terms of how much data they can work with. 800 million records of some datatype may be too much for them (?). In that case go with PostGreSQL. All 3 of them can be directly accessed from MapInfo.


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You can create Dialogs in .NET with Visual Studio (VB.NET or C#) and use such controls in your MapBasic. Check your MapBasic folder Samples\DOTNET\NAMEDVIEWS to see an example. This is a simple example I use in my application: C# Code: internal partial class FormDatePicker: Form { /// <summary> /// Create new form, with specified initial ...


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It's not really possible to dynamically create a dialog in MapBasic unfortunately. I had thought it may be possible to use the Run Command statement to run a dynamically created dialog command but testing confirmed this wasn't possible. The Run Command statement is apparently limited to commands you can run from the MapBasic window from within MapInfo. This ...


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There is a plugin named OpenWOR. You need to search for the plugin in the plugin manager. The plugin is experimental, so in order to find it, you should go to Plugins -> Manage and Install Plugins -> Settings -> Check the "Show experimental plugins". Then you should find OpenWOR Plugin.



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