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  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    Hi John, Thank you so much for your help. I will talk to our administrator. Kind Regards Virginia . Virginia Ricardo GIS Drafting ...

  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    Stephen, Use the distance calculator tool.  It will create a new layer of lines from each point in the point table to the closest line segment from your line layer.  The browser for the results then contains the ID for the point and the ID for the road ...

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    maybe Where A.obj contains B.obj ?? I'd probably actually buffer the streets, save that as a layer then check for trees within the buffers.  ------------------------------ Martin Burroughs Oldham Council ------------------------------

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  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    Hi John, Thank you so much for your help. I will talk to our administrator. Kind Regards Virginia . Virginia Ricardo GIS Drafting ...

  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    Stephen, Use the distance calculator tool.  It will create a new layer of lines from each point in the point table to the closest line segment from your line layer.  The browser for the results then contains the ID for the point and the ID for the road ...

  • Posted in: MapInfo Pro

    maybe Where A.obj contains B.obj ?? I'd probably actually buffer the streets, save that as a layer then check for trees within the buffers.  ------------------------------ Martin Burroughs Oldham Council ------------------------------

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    Hi I've seen some comments online about issues with O365 ProPlus and MI Pro 19 not connecting to excel/access. The installation guide doesn't mention O365. Our organisation are about to migrate. I have 64bit 2016 currently.  Has anyone installed O365 ...

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    Job Costing Report

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    Hello  I created a report to show all the costing for all jobs raised using the SQL below, however, when i try and to select and filter dates i get the attached error message.  I want to be able to filter out dates for the costing for example, i want ...

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    You may have received an email back in  June and July explaining all web-based applications user accounts will be migrating to the new Precisely infrastructure. Therefore, your Precisely user account(s) will be configured with the same username / email ...

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