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Access geocoded latitude and longitude values

Thread began 9/21/2009 12:25 am by info315909 | Last modified 10/05/2009 9:48 pm by info315909 | 3695 views | 15 replies


I meant no offense, however I assumed you understood my issue.

The addresses are inputed by a user 'live' then that text data is stored in a database which is inputted dynamically into your Pro Maps for Google interface. Hence why the following is of no help:

"In your browser, navigate to and search for your address"

I was simply looking for some advice on where to access the geocoded latitude and logitude values from within wagmp_map_1.php, not the xml cache file. The following was of some help (however not specific in anyway):

"Anywhere in the wagmp_map_1.php file that calls "geocoder.getLatLng" is grabbing the coordinates from the google maps API. Once the coordinates are returned, it attempts to cache that info in the XML file for later use. In the past, any issues I've seen with the cache file have been permissions related. All it is doing it trying to open the file and write a new entry. Then later it reads that file and uses the cached values if they exist".

I was hoping to save time by receiving advice on this, but I will figure it out myself...

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