I am installing Mappoint 2004 as an administrator on a client machine. But when I try to start Mappoint after logging off as an administrator, it will not open under the user's logon. All of the files are located at c:\program files \microsoft\mappoint. I receive this error message: A removable device or network share cannot be found, The CD is not .0\USA\ConstructionFilePath\ HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MapPoint\11.0\USA\InstallTo\ HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MapPoint\11.0\USA\constructionFilePath\ In the above Keys you will have to check if the drive letter used is "C: \" if its some other
anywhere that I can find. If you know of any documentation on the C++ API for MapPoint 2004, I would very much appreciate it. TIAI'm afraid there is no such .NET 2003 C++ MFC repeat C++ MFC repeat C++ MFC - this still generates NATIVE output NOT repeat NOT C++ .NET! MapPoint 2004 NOT VB6, which does NOT support MapPoint 2004, ONLY .NET 2003 and later support MapPoint 2004. The C++ MFC interface is very different from the C++ .NET interface. In any case,
pushpins and toggle the BalloonState property. EricI am trying to learn VB.net and want to write an add-in for Mappoint 2004. I want some of the functions of Pushpin Tool but want to add other features. Is there a "
Hi, I'm looking for a beginner example of using mappoint 2004 Activex control in C# Thanks in advanced,David, Haven't got a sample for you, but if you're a MapPoint beginner as opposed to a C# beginner, check out the existing VB examples - adapting them should not be too difficult. Gilles [MVP]. (Please reply to the group, not via email)Hi Gilles, As I posted in a new message I finally found an article with an example of using ActiveX Control with C#. ' HOW TO: Automate the MapPoint 2002 Control and Save the Map as HTML In Visual C# .NET (KB 302898) '. Although I had a problem opening the template, I solved it finally.
anyone knows the new features of mappoint 2004 related to the 2002 version? bye. Lennycheck at http://www.mp2kmag.com, they're selling a PDF detailing the changes, but I don't think they can ship it until Sep 16. hth, Chip version?buy to have infos ? never . bye. Lenny
Mappoint 2004 evaluation has expired right after initializing. Just opened the software and installed the thing. Never had a previous version. Anyone have any ideas or fixes. Thanks in advance.Why would anyone want to use map point? The data is in excess of 2 years outdated, not to mention there is no updates except to purchase the next version.If you think MapPoint is out-of-date then please recommend an alternative which is better in your option. Neil..I have had good luck with the online ones. But here is a search for some other brands http://tinyurl.com/9go2y
Hi, I have the following question: We have an Visual Basic 6.0 where MapPoint is included via the Microsoft MapPoint Control 11.0 (ActiveX). Now we want to change to a newer MapPoint Version. Is the ActiveX Control still included, is it compatible with MapPoint 2004 ? Best regards from France MichelHi Michel, I think you meant compatible with MP2006, because version 11 "is" MP2004, right? Yes it is compatible, but you have to recompile your application with MP2006.Sorry, no - previous versions did not have this problem. I'm not sure if it has to do with using C# and its late-bound way to talk to COM (as opposed to VB6), or if something broke in MapPoint 2006. Gilles [MVP]. (Please reply to the group, not via email)
When launching the MapPoint 2004 Europe program, splash screen is displayed but then nothing further happens. It just "hangs around" for more than
Issues ---------------------------------- We use the MapPoint 2004 functionality via COM in our Visual Studio 2005 C++ Project to display and highlight "routes". A single route consists of two locations (addresses) and a line connecting COM Add-In to speed up the drawing process of MapPoint. We found a COM Add-In called "MapPoint Graticule COM Add-In" on www.mp2kmag.com . We downloaded and installed this Add-In into MapPoint 2004 and started it, but it wasn't really there's no option to create a MapPoint 2004 COM Add-In from within Visual Studio 2005. A big problem while implementing our MapPoint solution was, that there was almost no official documentation about using MapPoint with C++. Our Questions: - Is there something we
Hi, I'm writing a MapPoint 2004 add-in in .NET which draws hundreds of polygons on the map when invoked. I quickly discovered that running by only 1% of the code, I think I'm going to write a C++ DLL (that cooperates with my C# app) that performs the polygon manipulation without suffering the overhead of the marshalling. I' resolve my performance issues (with calling ReleaseCOMObject on locations after adding a large polygon to the map), I wrote a C++ method (with COM/ATL) that would, given lat/long arrays and a map object, add a polygon to minutes to run in the C# version now only takes 30 seconds with the C#/C++ version. Coding this method took a full day of awful coding, thanks to all the VARIANT/SAFEARRAY baggage that the MapPoint API is dragging around for
Hi, I am trying to write a VB.NET app that uses the MapPoint 2004 activeX control to map data based on 3 digit zipcodes. I keep getting 'invalid parameter' or 'invalid code fragment: Dim srFile As String srFile = "C:\Documents and Settings\gardner\My Documents\Clients\IBM\labor\tmp\sr_" + sr + ".txt" Dim oField As MapPoint.Field Dim srDS As MapPoint.DataSet srDS = ctlMap.ActiveMap.DataSets.ImportData(srFile, _ , _