Sometimes you might want to copy data from one layer and insert it into another layer. An example of this might be if you have a “Jobs” layer that’s stored in your “Edit” layer – you might want to store Continue reading How To Copy Data From One Layer Into Another
To import Quickmap data into CAD packages such as AutoCAD or other GIS programs such as ArcInfo, you must export data in DXF Format which can be read by most GIS and CAD software. For more information on importing / Continue reading How To Import Quickmap Data Into CAD Software / GIS Programs
Features such as way points are imported into the “edit layer” by default, unless you chose another layer to import into. To view all data in the edit layer you can zoom to where the data is by: Making sure Continue reading Unable To Find Imported Data (Features: Lines, Polygons & Way Points)
Excel applies a data type to the column (text, number etc.) that cannot be modified when importing into Access. This means that you end up with columns that are defined by Access as numbers, but should actually be text as Continue reading Issues Importing Data From Excel For Geocoding
When I import data from another file format i.e. Mid/Mif file or Shape file, you get this error: The field is too small to accept the amount of data you attempted to add. Try inserting or pasting less data’. ‘WktLayer.:InsertWktGeometry Continue reading The Field Is Too Small To Accept The Amount Of Data You Attempted To Add
When you try to import data from TrackMaker to Quickmap, you get this error: Failed to open TrackMaker\Map1.txt Most likely this is because you haven’t selected the correct coordinate system within TrackMaker. Within TrackMaker select the Tools–>Options menu and this Continue reading Failed To Open TrackMaker\Map1.txt – Quickmap
Quickmap does not currently support DXF files. To import DXF files into Quickmap, they must first be converted into a file format that Quickmap supports.
When importing a Microsoft Access database of coordinates, they don’t display on the map in Quickmap. The most likely problem is that there are spaces in field / column names of the table columns that you are importing. First rule of Continue reading Imported Coordinates Don’t Display
Quickmap offers 4 methods for importing ASCII coordinates, as described in the table below. Type Format Example Description MDB CSV and TXT 572737,abc,1, 2659831,5994301.23 557179,def,2,2659821.74,5994290.62 CSV and txt files can be imported into a Microsoft Access table, and this table Continue reading How To Import An ASCII File Of Coordinates Into Quickmap
The Prerequisites for this are: Microsoft Access: If your version of Microsoft Access is 2007 or greater, the Quickmap database must be 2003 format, which is supported by both Quickmap and Microsoft Access 2007+. A known relationship between your two Continue reading How To Copy All The Attributes Of One Quickmap Layer Into Another?