With user-inspired, game-changing enhancements, v17 brings new agility to your mapping and spatial analysis. I would recommend always running a Refresh statement after committing changes. Thanks Peter, this was well explained. Share ideas and find answers with our fast-growing user community. But i don’t know how should i start coding and update my table in access using mapbasic.
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When working with any database from MapInfo Pro thru MapBasic you need to first establish a connection to the database. MapBasic has a number of functions and statements that can be used to work with spatial databases: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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This require a data soruce which I can understand proo already have. Thanks Peter, this was well explained. May i know if i have 3 tables to access do i have to create 3 ODBC connection?
Spectrum Spatial Analyst Make it easy for non-technical users to uncover insights and locate opportunities. But i don’t know if i have to code it in mapbasic to call my table in access and mapifno to have a link between tables and have it update it.
With user-inspired, game-changing enhancements, v17 brings new agility to your mapping and spatial analysis.
Once you got your tables open, you save the changes back to the database via the Commit Table Statement. Now the integer variable nConnection holds the ID of the connection that you just opened to your database. I would recommend always running a Refresh statement after committing changes.
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Optimize your MapInfo Pro experience with access to upgrades, award-winning tech support and other valuable extras. Web services for drive times and geocoding Bigger data files Improved performance Enhanced image quality Unicode support. I would like to create a tools that will open and link my tables in access and update pto time to time when every time i change something on my mapinfo table.
But i don’t know how should i start coding and update my table in access using mapbasic.
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I could make it manually and able to have a link between my tables to work on. Post as a guest Name. I already created an ODBC data source manually.