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Using X,y Coordinates In Map Mashup


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I want to use x, y coordinates in my map mashup. But I can not see the markers. The map is on my website, but no markers are on it. I have done all the instructions on the website. 

 

In my table de x, y coordinates are type "number". In my datapage number is  defined as recommended.

 

This is an example of my coordinates: 520973.888   677218.1328

 

What do I wrong?

 

Regards 

Heleen

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Hi Caspio Ninja,

 

Thank for the link.

Have seen the video. Bus in the example in the video they use the adres to map de addresses on the map.

I want to use the geo coordinates to map de addresses on the map because I want to map many addresses on the map.

 

But I see the map, without markers.

 

Is there a special coordinates system perhaps?

 

regards,

 

Heleen

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Hello Caspioheleen,

 

As far as I know, the coordinates like 37.406393 and -121.980281 work.

You can check the coordinates on google maps - enter the coordinates as x, y; for example:

37.406393,-121.980281

 

And I would ask one more question. If I understand correctly, some records should be displayed under the map. Are records displayed on your DataPage?

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Hello Caspio Guru,

 

Thank for your help. I use the format of your example and now  there are markers on the map.
I am very glad, but the markers are on the wrong place. 
 
For example 
52.0973888   67.72181328 is in Kazachstan, but I supposed it will be a point in The Netherlands.
 
Is there a different x,y system that I must  use?

 

CaspioHeleen

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Hello Heleen,

 

As far as I know, standard coordinates are used.

 

For example, coordinates of Amsterdam are

52°22′N 4°54′E

 

So, coordinates on the map mashup should be like

52.3 and 5

 

Southern Latitude and Western Longitude are negative.

 

I hope it helps.

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