This article is to walk users through upgrading their Intersection Magic program using a new version posted to the web site.
Crash Magic can be mapped to a collision database. This allows Crash Magic to be configured to collision data that is already working for a client. There are some required and recommended fields to get the most from the program.
Intersection Magic can be installed in a variety of configurations. On occasion it is desirable to change a Type I (all local) installation to a Type II (application and database on server, config local) This article describes that process.
Users may wish to move their configuration on to a new computer, but no longer have the original cd that came with Intersection Magic.
New configurations can be posted on our web site for users to access immediately. This article was created to show users how to install a configuration to their local computers.
A new version of Map Magic has been released to work with Arc Map 10
After opening Intersection Magic users may find that the database selected during their previous use of the program is no longer selected, and the new diagram button is grayed out.
This shows how to install Map Magic into ArcMap Version 9
Users will try to access the Demo database after Intersection Magic has been installed on a computer, and they will receive an error saying they have insufficient access to read data for the demo database.
The Map Magic dll can be installed anywhere in a client directory. This article is intended to give users guidelines on the installation.