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I need some help with showing a pop-up in an application.
This is a part of the XML:
XML Code:

<?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?>


            <DisplayName>Aerorama's 2011</DisplayName>
            <WhereClause>Where EXPIRED is null</WhereClause>
            <Tooltip>Toon Aerorama: &lt;%.RECORDINGDATE%&gt;</Tooltip>
I can select the symbol and want to open a new window (pop-up). In the table AERORAMA there is a column named PATH and contains this kind of info:

\\st001b\Data\GIS Fotos\Fotos\Aerorama\zuid\BopZ_0004.html

It's a path on some internal storage drive.
I want the file above to be openend in the new window.

How can i alter the xml code above to make this happen?

I thank you already!

RE: window popup...

The XML just contains data. What is actually executed is in your HTML


RE: window popup...

Hi Dian,

It's a symbol on a map. When I click the symbol I want the new window to be opened...

Thank you!


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