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Geolocation Properties

In ASP.NET and Mobile applications, the Maps Module allows you to display IMapsMarker type reference properties as markers on a map using the dxMap widget. Marker coordinates are taken from IBaseMapsMarker.Latitude and IBaseMapsMarker.Longitude properties.

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Expanded ASP.NET Property Editor for IMapsMarker Properties

Each ASP.NET Property Editor has controls that display a property in a Detail View's View and Edit mode (see DetailView.ViewEditMode). These controls are listed below.

WebMapsPropertyEditor from the MapsAspNetModule module

View mode control: MapViewer control. It displays a marker on an interactive map using the dxMap widget.

Edit mode control: ASPxButtonEdit.

Description:

Used for IMapsMarker properties by default. Use Alt + Down Arrow to expand the editor's drop-down window.

Expanded Mobile Property Editor for IMapsMarker Properties

Each Mobile Property Editor has widgets that display a property in a Detail View's View and Edit mode (see DetailView.ViewEditMode). These widgets are listed below.

MobileMapsPropertyEditor from the MapsMobileModule module

View mode control: Map that uses the dxMap widget.

Edit mode control: Button that uses the dxButton widget.

Description:

Used for IMapsMarker properties by default.

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