In a continuing effort to provide high quality products, Autodesk has released Autodesk Map 2004 and Autodesk Map Series 2004 Service Pack 1, which fixes or addresses a variety of issues discovered by customers or by Autodesk's internal testing team.
Summary of the Primary Issues Resolved for Autodesk Map 2004 and Autodesk Map Series 2004
Fixes the causes of intermittently encountered crashes when executing the command line version of MapImport, when modifying and viewing superclass properties in Asian languages, and when editing the Timestamp value after opening an Oracle table containing a Timestamp (Oracle DATE) column in the Data Viewer.
Topology name and description are now remembered and restored even if a create topology operation fails.
Drawing cleanup will now affect only the selected polyline(s), instead of automatically selecting the entire object.
The numeric boundary values in the Plot Boundary Selection dialog box are now displayed in numerical order.
Map property ranges are now applied automatically when creating an object.
Oblique Text Style will now appear when executing map queries.
The MapUtil object in the ActiveX API is now accessible via the Project.MapUtil property.
Summary of the Primary Issues Resolved for AutoCAD 2004
Fixes the causes of several intermittently encountered failures, including ones in 3D Orbit, the Customize dialog box, and when dragging objects between drawings.
Corrects a problem with draw order when using the Bind option of the XREF command.
Fixes several problems with hyperlinks in DWF files. To take advantage of the fixes when viewing DWF files, download the latest version of the Autodesk Express Viewer from the Autodesk website.
Corrects the problem of the command line disappearing under some circumstances.
Fixes a problem so that a space or semicolon now acts correctly as an ENTER with the SETENV macro in the system registry.
Corrects other miscellaneous issues.
Note: If want to use the Autodesk Network Installation wizard to deploy Autodesk Map 2004 or Autodesk Map Series 2004 Service Pack 1, you must download and run the Autodesk Network Installation Wizard patch. For more information about the patch, see the associated Readme file.
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