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  • Engine - MapDotNet
    computer we often get nothing on the map We have the mapx file on the box I was wondering if we are missing a DLL or something What DLLs are needed for the engine Tweet Responses 2 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Friday June 29 2012 02 43 PM permalink 0 Easiest if you build the MapDotNet 8 3 Samples SampleEngine project installed with MapDotNet and then grab everything from its bin Debug folder You may get a few you don t really need such as supporting DLLs for multiple databases If you are working with any data not in Spherical Mercator WGS 84 or NAD 83 you ll need the appropriate proj DLL from either MapDotNet 8 3 ReferencedDLLs Unmanaged 64Bit or ReferencedDLLs Unmanaged 32Bit The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Chad Monday July 02 2012 01 24 PM permalink 0 Thanks we got the DLLs and now it is working DLLs that bit us where Mono Security dll msvcp71 dll msvcr71 dll The reply is currently minimized Show Your Reply Please login to post a reply You will need to be logged in to be able to post

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/engine (2016-04-26)
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  • Engine - receiving exception while clicking on map - MapDotNet
    not installed on the machine Although I wouldn t think you get even get that far Re Does the mapdotnet engine actually host a WCF endpoint locally not really If you look at SampleEngine in the Samples folder of your MapDotNet installation you ll see it uses classes from RIMServicesBridge MDNSDirectMapTileRequestor for map tiles and QueryAsync for feature queries If you need to use other services like feature transforms you ll need to do this as follows 1 Call ISC MapDotNetServer Core Service ResourceManager Startup once before doing anything else multiple calls won t hurt and both MDNSDirectMapTileRequestor and QueryAsync do this 2 Make your calls against the appropriate Service type from WCFServiceLibrary ISC MapDotNetServer Core Services WCF namespace The following code from QueryAsync for executing a query should be a useful example public QueryState Execute Dispatcher dispatcher QueryRequest request bool compressData Action completedAction Action errorAction var qs new QueryState qs Dispatcher dispatcher qs CancelGuid Guid NewGuid qs Cancel false qs CompletedAction completedAction qs ErrorAction errorAction execute Query async var srv new FeatureService srv BeginQuery request Serialize compressData qs CancelGuid QueryCompleted qs return qs Handles Query completion event The IAsyncResult public static void QueryCompleted IAsyncResult result QueryState state null try if result null result is AsyncResult var asyncResult result as AsyncResult state asyncResult AsyncState as QueryState if state null state Cancel call EndQuery for logging and to retrieve the data var featureService new FeatureService string respStr featureService EndQuery result if string IsNullOrEmpty respStr var qr QueryResponse Deserialize respStr if state CompletedAction null state Dispatcher Invoke DispatcherPriority Normal new Action state CompletedAction qr else if state CompletedActionWithState null state Dispatcher Invoke DispatcherPriority Normal new Action state CompletedActionWithState qr state State catch Exception ex if state null state ErrorAction null state Dispatcher Invoke DispatcherPriority Normal new Action state ErrorAction ex inner state

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/engine-receiving-exception-while-clicking-on-map (2016-04-26)
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  • HTML5 Scroll Wheel Step change? - MapDotNet
    1 Can we change how much zoom occurs with each step of the scroll wheel Tweet Responses 0 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest There are no replies here yet Your Reply Please login to post a reply You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply Login using the form on the right or register an account if you are new here Register Here Register

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/html5-scroll-wheel-step-change (2016-04-26)
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  • MapDotNet 9.2 and IE 9? - MapDotNet
    an issue but missed a re deploy The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Chad Wednesday January 15 2014 07 47 PM permalink 0 I re installed MapDotNet 9 2 and the JavaScript packaged with the install does seem to work with IE9 The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Chad Friday January 17 2014 04 05 PM permalink 0 Also with MapDotNet 9 2 when running on localhost I can t seem to access tile caches on bing or our custom tile caches Ironically the map requests status 200 are being made it just isn t rendering the tiles The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Friday January 17 2014 04 20 PM permalink 0 That s very strange I ve not seen that Are the responses very slow We time out requests after a few seconds Here s an example to help you detect timeouts document ajaxError function event jqxhr settings exception settings url is the link you were trying to get jqxhr status 0 indicates a timeout The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Chad Friday January 17 2014 05 35 PM permalink 0 Turns out it is a CSS problem between MapDotNet 9 2 and bootstrap not sure why it only affects IE Offending CSS from bootstrap v2 1 1 is below img width auto 9 height auto max width 100 vertical align middle border 0 ms interpolation mode bicubic The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Chad Friday January 17 2014 05 38 PM permalink 0 Offending line appears to be max width 100 in img width auto 9 height auto max width 100 vertical align middle border 0 ms interpolation mode bicubic The reply is currently minimized

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/mapdotnet-9-2-and-ie-9 (2016-04-26)
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  • Density (Heat) Map flicker - MapDotNet
    stylesheet for timeless Using last compiled stylesheet Add a reply View Replies 1 Density Heat Map flicker posted in HTML5 Map Control Registered By Chad Wednesday January 15 2014 02 39 PM 0 When displaying a density heat map we see a flicker at times Basically the top of the map will draw then redraw Usually it draws with more colors on the first draw but once the bottom draws it will redraw the top with less color Tweet Responses 1 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Wednesday January 15 2014 03 31 PM permalink 0 That will happen on extent changes as it draws with prior computed relative weights and redraws on re computation The reply is currently minimized Show Your Reply Please login to post a reply You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply Login using the form on the right or register an account if you are new here Register Here Register Username Forgot Password Password Remember Me Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading 100 NET GIS server and developer tools Included in the framework are WPF Silverlight and HTML5 map controls as well as

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/density-heat-map-flicker (2016-04-26)
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  • Turning classifications on and off in a WPF application - MapDotNet
    Tuesday December 09 2014 05 53 PM 0 Is there any samples or demos of turning classifications on off in a WPF application Currently we turn layers on off but we would like to turn WPF classifications on off at run time Tweet Responses 1 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Tuesday December 09 2014 06 25 PM permalink 0 There is no Visible property for a classification like there is for a layer To turn classifications off you have to actually remove them from the layer You must also set Layer LayerState Layer LayerStates Modified This causes the MapRequest to serialize all layer details rather than just a stub with the layer ID and Visible flag If you are going to do this you should copy the layer before you start changing it so you have a reference Layer clone Layer Deserialize myLayer Serialize false The reply is currently minimized Show Your Reply Please login to post a reply You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply Login using the form on the right or register an account if you are new here Register Here Register Username Forgot

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/turning-classifications-on-and-off-in-a-wpf-application (2016-04-26)
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  • How to change which layers in the mapx are turned on / off using WPF calling a WMS or REST Service? - MapDotNet
    a couple of different rather broad questions here so I am going to give you some links into our Silverlight SDK demo Our Silverlight and WPF clients are pretty much identical 1 display WMS data from MapDotNet http isdksilverlight mapdotnet com init BasicAsWMS Note in particular the XAML A few points of interest a Map needs center point and zoom level only MDNSMapTileRequestor can get those from MDNS b By default MDN WMS does not serve features outside the map extents you see in Studio Override this with the following map metadata tag WMSExtents minx miny maxx maxy c End point address in our requestor does not need map mapname as it adds it based on MDNMapID External clients will need map Example http services mapdotnet com OGC WMS ashx map SampleWithBaseMap VERSION 1 1 1 REQUEST GetMap STYLES LAYERS Default SRS EPSG 3857 BBOX 13596618 548732100000 6047697 658959310000 13596007 052507700000 6048309 155183670000 WIDTH 256 HEIGHT 256 FORMAT image png 2 Turn layers on and off in app using MDNSMapTileRequestor http isdksilverlight mapdotnet com init BasicLegend The reply is currently minimized Show Responses 3 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Thursday December 17 2015 10 22 PM permalink 0 If none of them work can you even access the MapDotNet web service using MapDotNet Studio And what sort of project are you building I would NEVER use our WMS service if you have our client libraries it s really to let third parties access MDN maps from non MDN clients The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Chad Friday December 18 2015 02 16 PM permalink 0 Loading in MapDotNet Studio works just fine Once in MapDotNet studio i just have to set IsVisible true for a layer and things will start

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/how-to-change-which-layers-in-the-mapx-are-turned-on-off-using-wpf-calling-a-wms-or-rest-service/likes (2016-04-26)
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  • How can we use Bing Maps Session in MapDotNet? - MapDotNet
    00 PM 0 Hi Russel Bing Maps are changing their licensing ever so slightly They now recommend using a Session Bing Maps Silverlight WPF Controls C string sessionKey map CredentialsProvider GetCredentials c sessionKey c ApplicationId Recommended by Microsoft for a BingMaps Control As far as I can understand MapDotNet may open as many as 4 BingServers at a time to speed up the image generation but I can t find a way to pass the session key on Do you have a method for this Best regard Erik Tweet Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Tuesday December 09 2014 02 11 PM permalink 1 I ll pass along the suggestion that we look into whether we could facilitate this within our controls The reply is currently minimized Show Responses 2 Likes Highest Vote Latest Oldest Accepted Answer By Russell de Grove Tuesday December 09 2014 02 06 PM permalink 0 We do not have such a method and note that we do not use the BingMaps control but request tiles directly from our own control The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Registered By Erik R Nielsen Monday February 23 2015 10 29 AM permalink 0 We do not have such a method and note that we do not use the BingMaps control but request tiles directly from our own control Hi Russel Any news on this I ve been trying to get hold of someone from Map Dot Net to discuss the issue but haven t heard back Who would you suggest I contact Best regards Erik The reply is currently minimized Show Your Reply Please login to post a reply You will need to be logged in to be able to post a reply Login using the form on the right or register an account if you

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/discussions/how-can-we-use-bing-maps-session-in-mapdotnet (2016-04-26)
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