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Let me expand on my previous answer to show how to get the value from the EDITTEXT control. First create your dialog box using a dialog statement like below. Dim inputText as String Dialog Control STATICTEXT ID 1 Title "Enter a valid number:" Control EDITTEXT ID 2 Into inputText Control OKBUTTON ID 3 ...


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The company you purchased MapMarker from should be able to send you a link to download the latest MapMarker streets data. I would contact them.


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When I asked Pitney Bowes support this question, I heard the following (same as Peter's response, essentially). "This issue is working as designed as there is no equivalent type to what MIPro uses for an Integer in dBase IV, so these fields are getting mapped to Numeric (Decimal) or Float types. Unfortunately there is no work around for this at this time."


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Apparently the ESRI Shape format doesn't support SmallInt and Integer. Shape does not support small integer (16bit) or integer (32bit) data types. Instead, it supports a number(x,y) data type. The equivalent data types are: smallint (16bit): number(6,0) integer (32bit): number(11,0) FME Shape Reader/Writer documentation So the answer ...


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MapInfo Professional have additional software called "Universal Translator" or in recent versions "FME Quick Translator" that can do this without a problem. You can access it through "Tools" menu as Tools/Universal Translator


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You asked about the differences between the three products: MapInfo MapXtreme is a .NET based SDK for building desktop and web applications, learn more MapInfo MapMarker is a geocoding engine that helps you transform addresses into spatial points, learn more MapInfo Pro is our desktop mapping product (GIS) for mapping, analysing and visualsing (spatial) ...


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MapInfo Pro does support tablets. I must admit that it has been ages since I used one the last time. At that time I think we were using a third party Tablet Interface (Virtual Tablet Interface). But I think today you can just use the Wintab interface.


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MapBasic, the scripting language of MapInfo Pro, has a number of functions/statements that can be helpful for you: TableInfo(): can be used to get basic information about an open table PathToTableName$(): can extract the table name, as MapInfo Pro sees it, from a file path PathToFileName$(): can extract a filename with extension from a file path Update: ...


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I see what you are asking for. Unfortunately the MapInfo SQL syntax doesn't support "tableA.*". You can only select all columns from both tables or specific columns. I see three workarounds Select all columns and then modify the table structure afterwards where you can remove the extra columns you don't want If your table structure is somewhat static, you ...


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What format is the data file in? I would ask on an MS Office or Excel forum regarding splitting the data into each line segment in Excel. Once you have split the data into segments (make sure there is a unique identifier for each polyline) and loaded the file into MapInfo you can follow the instructions here ...


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Sure you can. Add a column to your buildings table called MaxDepth (or whatever you want to call it) of the correct type, I assume Float. Then use Table > Update Column and use the below in the 'Update Column' dialog. Table to update: Buildings Column to update: MaxDepth Get Value from Table: MeshTriangles Click 'Join...' button and select 'Where object ...


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I have found a better way to speed up this process. Once you have registered all the .tif files as tabs like I showed in my question, do the following: Create a .csv with a full list of your .tab paths ( search for .tab files in windows explorer, *select all, 'shift + right-click', 'copy as path). Then create a second column with formula MID to extract ...



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