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Display map according to zip entered

Thread began 3/29/2012 4:12 pm by charlesb369775 | Last modified 4/06/2012 11:56 am by charlesb369775 | 1232 views | 5 replies


Almost there...

I have the map zoom level set so that locations are showing up for the zip entered...unless there are too many.

If I enter a zip code with a recordset of 4-5 stores being returned, then the zoom level is at 9 but the map still centers on the first record. In addition, if there more than 12 records, the pushpins appear and then immediately disappear leaving only one on the map.

I looked to see if there was a _promaps_cache folder but none is created on the server as all the records are pulled directly from the database with lat and lon values.

I changed the following (line 183) to reflect the latitude and longitude of the zip code entered by the user. A separate database contains all the zip and postal codes for North America and the values below are extracted from that database before doing a radius search for the retailers. If the code doesn't exist, then an error message is displayed to the user. (A different error message displays if there are no retailers in their area.)

var point = new GLatLng(<%=lat1%>, <%=lon1%>);

If I look at the source code of the page with the missing pushpins, I see all the addresses and lat and lon values correctly in each set of values but it always ends with the following line:

wagmp_map_1_obj.addressFailed = true;

Any ideas? Should I open a ticket?

Using ASP Classic with IIS6 in Win2003 (I know..outdated but required at this time...)

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