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Mappoint 2006 Control in website (asp.net)

This is a discussion on Mappoint 2006 Control in website (asp.net) within the MapPoint Desktop Discussion forums, part of the Map Forums category; Hallo Guys, I have a problem. I want to use the WinForm-Control of Mappoint 2006 for an intranet application. I ...

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    Fn0rd is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Mappoint 2006 Control in website (asp.net)

    Hallo Guys,
    I have a problem.
    I want to use the WinForm-Control of Mappoint 2006 for an intranet application.
    I called with Microsoft to check the licensing and its ok. The intranet apllication will just use 5 users. And I will buy 5 licenses.

    I heared that is possible but I cant find a sample or something.

    Could you help me, please?!

    Thx a lot!

    Fn0rd

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    Fn0rd is offline Junior Member White Belt
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    Re: Mappoint 2006 Control in website (asp.net)

    Thanks!

    This is a good information and very valuable.

    But it is a picture.
    Is it possible to use the "zoom-functionality"?
    Have anyone a solution for this additional problem?

    Thank a lot for your infos.

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    Re: Mappoint 2006 Control in website (asp.net)

    MapPoint desktop, although not designed to work with asp.net, will work fine. I was never able to use the controls directly in asp.net code behind.....the threading architectures are not compatible. But if you create a seperate desktop application and use the mapPoint object model, it will work very well. You will need to use tcp/ip (or even file events) to interface with your asp.net app.

    Zooming is supported:

    dim oMap as MapPoint.map
    aLoc = oMap.GetLocation(lat, lon, zoom)

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