An article about making MapPoint and SQL Server work together has been published on MSDN. The article uses "Al's Beef" restaurant locations as an example and shows how to read/write geographic data objects between SQL Server Spatial and MapPoint 2010 and use SQL Server's advanced spatial object processing capabilities behind MapPoint's spatial visualization capabilities, together making a powerful and robust platform for geographic applications. Making MapPoint 2010 and SQL Server Spatial Work Together
MP2K Magazine was recently was brought up on a new server. We think all the kinks are now worked out, but if you see any issue please don't hesitate to let us know! Drop us an e-mail or post on MapForums.com. Thanks!
Updated 10-29-2010 at 11:55 AM by Eric Frost
There may be some interruption today (10/23) as we move over to a new server. Name servers were just changed and although it's had no effect so far, we are expecting it any minute!
Yes a new version of MPMileage is in the works.
It has some relatively minor bug fixes relating to the user interface.
The big new feature, is support for overnight stays and rest stops. A user can now specify whether they want overnight stays and periodic rest stops to be included in the reported travel times.
Let me know if you'd like to try a beta version.
I am expecting to release it in a couple of weeks.
I have a new MileCharter v2.11 which is due for release soon. This new version adds support for rest stops. Let me know if you'd like to try it.
I shall probably release it as the main version, next week.