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Thread began 9/14/2009 2:14 pm by tige247759 | Last modified 9/14/2009 6:45 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1048 views | 2 replies |

tige247759

Dynamic Links

I have a Google Pro map inserted on an ASP page that shows markers for locations derived via a recordset.

I also have a repeating table that shows a full list of all the locations in the database below the map. I would like to add a link to each listing that would cause the map to reload and focus upon the selected location. I followed the PDF tutorial, but it was for javascript map and not a dynamic one and of course am encountering unterminated string constant errors. Are there any tutorials or advise on how to accomplish this task?

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tige247759

Never mind... I found that in the PDF tutorial, the first set of instructions was missing a single quote mark in the field where the address is to be placed. Perhaps web assist should modify the PDF document to address this error.

<a href="#"
onClick="wagmp_map_1_obj.getPointByAddress('Address').
marker.openInfoWindowHtml(wagmp_map_1_obj.getPointByAddress(Address').address.infowindowtext);"">Link to map</a>

should read

<a href="#"
onClick="wagmp_map_1_obj.getPointByAddress('Address').
marker.openInfoWindowHtml(wagmp_map_1_obj.getPointByAddress('Address').address.infowindowtext);"">Link to map</a>

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

thank you for bringing this to our attention. The PDF has been fixed and the error removed. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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