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  1. Re: which is the transformation that MP use to convert....

    I remember reading somewhere that MP uses orthographic projection (Orthographic projection - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). But I can't find a link to support...
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    Re: Display distance scale in MP control

    Sorry, I didn't make it clear. When I run the stand-alone MP application, there is a distance scale overlaid on the map that shows the relationship between inches/pixels in the displayed map to the...
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    Display distance scale in MP control

    I can't find the property to cause the map distance scale to be displayed in the map area. Is it possible, and how?
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    Re: Inconsistent results with ObjectsFromPoint

    Changing the altitude of the location didn't solve the problem, but I think I understand what's happening. It's the zoom level of the map. I was displaying the whole West coast while my code is...
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    Inconsistent results with ObjectsFromPoint

    I've found that the State and County details returned by ObjectsFromPoint are sometimes wrong. Here's my code:



    MapPoint.Location loc =...
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    Re: C#: MapPoint 2004 - Check Regions

    Thanks again, Wilfried. As it happened, I had found the State shape data on the Census site, but I did not know MP could import it. QueryShape sounds useful. If the iterative method is too slow I...
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    Re: C#: MapPoint 2004 - Check Regions

    I found the problem. The approach does work. It turns out that my choice of coordinates was wrong. I rounded the coordinates of Los Angeles incorrectly. 33N,118W is in fact over the ocean! MP...
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    Re: C#: MapPoint 2004 - Check Regions

    When StreeetAddress was not null, the Region property contained an empty string. I did not check the Country property. I'll do so when I get to work.
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    Re: C#: MapPoint 2004 - Check Regions

    Alas, I could not get this solution to work. I set MP.Units = 0 (miles) and called GetLocation(33, -118, 10) to obtain a point over Los Angeles, CA. None of the objects returned by FindResults had...
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    Re: C#: MapPoint 2004 - Check Regions

    Thank you, Wilfried. I will try this ASAP. Actually it is the region name (State, for US) I am seeking, not the country name, but I will pursue this approach. Ideally, it would be great to be...
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    Re: C#: MapPoint 2004 - Check Regions

    I too have the same problem. I need to have a C# program determine in which US State contains a specific location specified in latitude,longitude. Can this be determined from the results supplied...
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