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how to implement googlemap in struts2 application

 
Parthiban Thangaraju
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Dear Friends,

I have to show the google map in application, the map will be inserted by the admin by choosing the place, users can only view the map. Can any one help me how to design the scenario.

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Sounds like you want the Static Maps API. You just have to get your custom values into the map link, which should be simple with JSP variables.
 
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Joe Ess wrote:Sounds like you want the Static Maps API. You just have to get your custom values into the map link, which should be simple with JSP variables.


Thanks Joe Ess, i will con back if there are any doubts while implementing...

 
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Parthiban Thangaraju wrote:
Joe Ess wrote:Sounds like you want the Static Maps API. You just have to get your custom values into the map link, which should be simple with JSP variables.


Thanks Joe Ess, i will con back if there are any doubts while implementing...



Joe Ess,

How to add the map dynamically...
 
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I don't understand what you mean by "dynamically". The Google Map is downloaded to a browser according to the parameters you send when one opens a page, so it is always "dynamic".
Did you read the page I linked to?
 
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