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comment How can I programmatically open an OnPoint map to specific coordinates?
Thanks for the reply. Much appreciated. I tried plugging in my coordinates as well as modify the coordinate system id, however that simply puts my label outside of our mapping area. Must be plugging in some wrong parameters. Anyway, at least the documentation confirms that what I want to do is possible. :)
Jul
28
comment How can I programmatically open an OnPoint map to specific coordinates?
I did manage to find GenerateUrl/GenerateUrlPage.aspx/GetURL which I can call via code while passing {\"labelX\":\"{0}\",\"labelY\":\"{1}\",\"label\":\"HERE PEOPLE!\",\"selectedImageId\":\"\",\"userName\":\"\",\"password\":\"\"}. However, that doesn't seem to be giving me the proper min/max x/y. I must be missing something.
Jul
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comment How can I programmatically open an OnPoint map to specific coordinates?
I'm still waiting for work to provide me with the documentation. In the mean time could you tell me how to convert latitude and longitude to min a/y and max x/y?
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comment How can I programmatically open an OnPoint map to specific coordinates?
Awesome. Turns out our OnPoint administrators disabled this functionality. I'm in the process of getting it enabled. In the meantime (since it might take a while before I get the documentation), how do you determine the max y/x and min x/y given only the latitude and longitude?
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