[mapguide-users] Re: google map integrated but need to on off the legend to put layer on original location

Jackie Ng jumpinjackie at gmail.com
Mon Apr 4 02:26:18 EDT 2011


With MapGuide Open Source 2.2, this commercial layer stuff is built-in to
fusion. You shouldn't need to modify the index.html in any way. You only
need to modify the ApplicationDefinition

Note that with MapGuide Maestro 3.0 (currently beta 2), the fusion editor
has an easy UI to enable Google Maps. So if possible, you should use this
version of Maestro.

In summary:

1. Undo any changes you have made to your template index.html and related
2. Edit your ApplicationDefinition with Maestro 3.0, enabling Google Maps is
simply a case of ticking the Google Maps layers you want and plugging in the
API key.
3. Make sure your Map Definition is in the Popular Visualisation Mercator
coordinate system (cs code: WGS84.PseudoMercator, epsg: 3857), and that the
extents are re-projected to this CS as well.

- Jackie

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