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Multiple Locations not all loading

Thread began 1/07/2013 1:20 pm by codamedia | Last modified 1/09/2013 10:45 am by codamedia | 539 views | 2 replies |

codamedia

Multiple Locations not all loading

I have a database with approximately 100 items to display.

When I test the map, only a few (5 - 10) are mapped. When I view the cache, that is all the items that are geomapped.

If I refresh, the cache adds a few more, but they still are not all displayed. (ie: some of the old cached items don't appear, although they are still in the cache.

If I refresh again, it comes up with another odd result.

Any suggestions, as my client will not accept this when it works like this. (I cannot provide you with a link here in the forums as it will appear in Google Search Results and my client will not like that)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

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codamedia

Thanks to Jason this has been solved.

It appears many of the addresses had some oddities in them (descriptions of where the location was, not just a street number/name) which was likely causing Google to stall during the cacheing process. I though the Caching was done by Postal Code (Zip) but as Jason pointed out - that alone would not provide an accurate result so Google uses it all.

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