[mapguide-users] The Map Lifecycle...

uXuf yousuf.hassan at gmail.com
Fri Jan 25 15:05:53 EST 2008

Okay nevermind. I fixed it by hooking up the timer to the
GetLegendCtrl().InternalStateComplete() method. It works fine now.


uXuf wrote:
> Hi all,
> I would like to know more about the weblayout lifecycle when it gets
> displayed. I'm trying to add a few operations via javascript to the file
> that contains the weblayout. These operations basically hook on to the
> onload function of the map (something continuing out of my earlier "before
> map load" posts). The problem I am encountering is that while the hookup
> functions work exactly as intended, the Layer legend crashes. Well, not
> exactly crashes, but only question marks show up where the legend icons
> should show, and certain layers that I dont want appearing in the legend
> start appearing.
> I am using the javascript setInterval technique (as in the task pane
> examples) to accomplish this. While everything else goes smoothly, the
> legend goes haywire.
> I have verified this by commenting out ONLY the code that manipulates the
> map, and the legend was fine. So it looks like it has got something to do
> with manipulating the map while it was being loaded. I am using the
> mapFrame.GetScale() method to check whether the map is loaded.
> Could anybody tell me exactly where does the weblayout initialization
> finishes and exactly where should I inject my code (or what to check)?
> Thanks,
> uXuf

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