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  • Map marker onClick event help required

    I have a simple map control that is working as I hope.

    Map1.png

    The problem is I am failing to understand the data object available onClick

    My code (Shortened) looks like this


    for (i = 1; i <= rc; i++) {
    var row = {dialog.object}._repeatingSectionLogicalToPhysicalRow('DETAILS',i);
    var comp = {dialog.Object}.getValue('Trip_Company' + ':' + row);


    var settings = {
    group: 'mg1', // group that the marker is part of - an arbitrary name
    icon: {
    url: url1, // url of the image to use for the marker
    width: false, // width of the image
    height: false, // height of the image
    anchor: {x: false, y: false} // anchor point of the image (this is the point in the image that will be the lat/lng of the marker)
    },

    //Here everything is fine each title sets correctly.

    title: comp, // mouse over help text
    detail: {
    has: true, // whether or not the marker has a "detail". The "detail" is a popup that provides the user with more information when they click on the marker.
    data: title1 // the data to display to the user
    },
    onClick: function(data){

    //here comp is the last value found not the value I expect.


    var txt = comp;

    alert(txt);


    }
    };


    var mapObj = {dialog.object}.getControl('trip_Map');
    mapObj.addMarker(name,[lat, lng],settings);



    //alert(comp + " " + i);
    }

    var mapObj = {dialog.object}.getControl('trip_Map');
    mapObj.viewMarkerGroups('mg1');


    Can some see what I am doing wrong?


    Michael

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    Re: Map marker onClick event help required

    Can anyone help?

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    • #3
      Re: Map marker onClick event help required

      Take a look at todays pre-release notes: http://downloads.alphasoftware.com/A...easenotes.html

      Looks like Alpha has added a new method for this.
      Mike Brown - Contact Me
      Programmatic Technologies, LLC
      Programmatic-Technologies.com
      Independent Developer & Consultant

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      • #4
        Re: Map marker onClick event help required

        Thanks for the reply


        I have mastered everything described in the video.

        My problem is these functions


        onClick: function(data){ }, // function to call when the user clicks on the marker



        onDblClick: function(data){}, // function to call when the user double clicks on the marker
        onDrag: function(data){}, // function to call when the user is dragging the marker
        onDragEnd: function(data){}, // function to call when the user stops dragging the marker
        onDragStart: function(data){}, // function to call when the user starts to drag the marker
        onMouseDown: function(data){}, // function to call when the user mouses down on the marker
        onMouseOut: function(data){}, // function to call when the user mouses out of the marker
        onMouseOver: function(data){}, // function to call when the user mouses over the marker

        Specifically the onclick event.

        I don't understand "data" the object that is passed into the function

        The help is confusing

        /*
        The 'data' object is passed into all events. You can get the lat/lng of the event location from this object. For example
        var lat = data.latLng.lat();
        var lng = data.latLnd.lng();
        */

        I assume var lng = data.latLnd.lng(); should read data.latLng.lng(); but I just don't understand what latLng is and where it comes from.

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