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Following MI tool may help you in what you are trying to achieve , http://telecomfunda.com/forum/showthread.php?36073-RSRAN104-PRACH-DELAY-Report-Mapping-on-Mapinfo


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I reviewed the log file and noticed that the translation log after reading C:\Users\Dell\Desktop\POWIERZCHNIE\Dotyk\Powierzchnie_dotyk.tab is incomplete. I am unable to see if this was successful or it failed! ( I assume you have posted the complete log). Can you try inspecting this data (C:\Users\Dell\Desktop\POWIERZCHNIE\Dotyk\Powierzchnie_dotyk.tab) using ...


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When working with any database from MapInfo Pro thru MapBasic you need to first establish a connection to the database. This require a data soruce which I can understand you already have. To open the connection you have to use the Server_Connect() function: sConnString = "DSN=GIS_DB" '**and potentially also a username and password sConnString = ...


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Here are some suggestions: At the top add another array variable to hold the rowids from the query you get your values from. Just add the last line. The first line helps you to see where to add it: dim listboxValues() as string dim arrRecordRowIDs() as Integer You have to fill this array with the rowids of the records in the NodeList procedure: redim ...


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You need the mapcatalog to store spatial data in the database from MapInfo Pro and for MapInfo Pro to be able to read the spatial data from the database. If you don't have the mapcatalog and your table is spatial/mappable in MapInfo Pro chances are that you aren't reading/writing the spatial data to the database but just storing it in a local .map file ...


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Unfortunately not. These transaction files seems in some way bound to the session that created them, so you can't use them from a new session. Let me add two recommendations: Goto ideas.pb.com and add a request/idea for Pitney Bowes to add a capability for getting to the data in the transaction files Download and install the latest patch for MapInfo Pro ...


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For others who need to know the format - it is in MapInfo Pro User Guide. For your reference just the relevant chapter: https://www.scribd.com/doc/265737649/MapInfoProUserGuide-Projections-chapter


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Well PostgreSQL 9.2.2 with PostGIS 2.0.x is the highest version supported officially in MapInfo v12.5, and you are using newer versions! MapInfo v12.5 - Install guide


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It turns out the Centroid(X) and Centroid(Y) in MapInfo are not the line centre point coordinates in BNG. (However to get around the rounding problem I exported the table as a DBF). Instead, I generated these in ArcGIS instead and got perfect results. I achieved my desired result by calculating differences in X and Y values between subsections and taking the ...


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Some ideas that you might want to chase or look into. First you want to get the object from the current selected object, the name and read the number of copies you want to create: Fetch First From Selection oPoint = Selection.OBJ nCount = Selection.Counts sName = Selection.Name Next thing is to create the copies. Here I'm inserting them into a temp table ...


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Assuming that you don't have the table yet, you need to start by creating the table itself. This is done using a MapBasic/basic SQL DDL statement: Create Table MY_TABLE (ID Integer) File TempFileName$("") If you also need to store spatial data in your table, you need to make it mappable, too. When you make it mappable you create the MAP and ID ...



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