MAPNODDEL (Delete Topology Node command)
NoteThis functionality applies only to drawing objects.
Warning This command will not be supported in future releases. This is the old command for deleting a node in a topology. The new command is MAPDN.

Use this command to delete a node from an existing topology while maintaining the integrity of the topology information.

To delete a link, node, or polygon


Respond to the prompts:

Enter topology name (? for list) <toponame>:

Enter the name of the topology to delete the node from. To display a list of all loaded topologies, enter ?.

Select node to delete:

Use any selection method to select the node to delete.

If the node has only one link, choose whether to delete the dangling link.

If the node has two links, the two links are combined. Choose which set of object data to preserve.

You cannot delete a node that has more than two links.