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Old 02-17-2003, 08:07 AM
Antonius D. Haryanto
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Dear Pathloss,

I found the Pathloss data (Site/Link) could be converted into MapInfo format via the ?mif? format. But why it is not 100% work in both ways.

When we have created a network in the Pathloss, we can export the ?site data? and ?link data? as mif format, to be opened from MapInfo. It is correct that both files (e.g. site.mif and link.mif) can be opened from MapInfo.

But if we open again the same files (site.mif and link.mif) from Pathloss, only the site.mif can be opened because all of the mandatory information is available (SiteName, CallSign, LatLong, Elevation).

The link.mif cannot be opened from Pathloss, because the mandatory information is not fulfilled (SiteName1, SiteName2, LatLong1, LatLong2), the link.mif information only consists of SiteName1, SiteName2, and LinkLabel.

Is the program designed as it is (not bothways for link.mif), or is there any additional setting that I missed???

Thank you.
Kind Regards,
Antonius Didik Haryanto
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