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API Key Problem

Thread began 6/28/2009 2:19 pm by paputxi | Last modified 6/29/2009 5:54 am by secure377208 | 1123 views | 1 replies |


API Key Problem

I have created (multiple times and ways) a map using the Pro Maps for Google wizard. After I publish and go to that page, I first get a pop-up message that says the Google Map API server rejected the request and goes on to say it could be that the API key used on the site was registered for a different web site. I then click ok to close that pop-up, but then the map comes up just fine.

I've even tried getting different keys each time I create the map, both to the main site as well as to the directory where the map page is located, but I always get this message.

You can see this at testing. I've also enclosed the exact message as a GIF file.

Anyone have any idea why I keep getting these message and how to correct it? Thanks in advance.

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api key

The map key is placed near the top of your page, try checking the key code in that location against the one supplied by google, obviously they should be the same.

Hope this helps

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