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Unable to bind dataset to map

Thread began 12/02/2009 2:45 am by tom395097 | Last modified 12/10/2009 3:28 pm by millerb395386 | 1305 views | 4 replies |


Unable to bind dataset to map

Hey Guys,

I've been trying all night to get multiple addresses to show up on the google map from a dataset that has been binded into the php file that contains the map, with no success. The addresses will not show up.

I successfully added a static address. But I cannot get the 2nd address from the list to show multiple addresses from a dataset. I clicked the lightning button and added the "Address" value to the Pro Map's "Street Name" and also added the zip code for good measures.

When I do this, the code for the address looks like this:

Street: {ds1::Address}
Zip / Postal Code: {ds1::ZipCode}

the page with the map is:

the dataset source is:

The PHP page has ds1.html binded properly as a dataset, so I do not know why Google Maps will not show the locations. Please help!!!!!!!!



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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Pro Maps will only be able to retrieve dynamic data from a database using a recordset. It is not compatible with the type of data set you are trying to use.

You should create a MySQL database. In the database add a locations table:
locationID - Primary Key
locationAddress - varchar(45)
locationCity - varchar(45)
locationState - varchar(45)
locationZIP - varchar(45)
locationCountry - varchar(45)

Then add the addresses to the location table.

In Dreamweaver you can create a recordset to retrieve the addresses from the database, then use the recordset in Pro Maps.

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The kind of data Map Pro is looking for looks like this


if you are using PHP.

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Thanks. It would of made my life 100x easier if it was comparable with datasets. But I finally figured out MySQL and php.

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I hear you. I was doing this all by hand until I discovered that Dreamweaver can do it quickly and with less typos :o

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