The data from a WMS service can be requested through the GetFeatureInfo service that many WMS services publish.
You can create a custom tool or function for requesting this data for a given point.
Not an easy task however
Peter Horsbøll Møller
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I’d probably go down the route of doing this either through .NET or through Python.
You can write Python code directly through the Python console or through the SQL Window in the later versions of MapInfo Pro (v2019/v2021)
Or even load .py files like you would load a MapBasic application