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Google maps (API) and Crystal Report

Google maps (API) and Crystal Report

Google maps (API) and Crystal Report

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Has anyone been sucessfull at devising a report where the detail section would be the address list of a customer and the footer would be a google map displaying those customers ? Is this even possible though google maps API ?

Thanks

RE: Google maps (API) and Crystal Report

The google maps API needs a key from your "site" and a report isn't really a site.

You can probably do it in CR-2008 with an Adobe Flex object or Dynamic Image, that links to a site you create to handle the bridge to Google and returns either the Flex component (interactive) or a JPEG (Static).

In CR-XI you are probably limited to a single URL-link per customer that could pass the address to the browser which would open a full Google Maps session.

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