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Google Maps in Orion NPM - How to Video

I've made some changes to the original Google Maps that I introduced about this time last year. This version provides a status icon on the map for each unique latitude and longitude value in the database. I'm leaving the old one up as it is better for environments where a large number of sites exist, and would simply be too cluttered with a status icon at each site.

Prerequisites:

1) Obtain Google API Key for Maps v3

2) Create and populate Custom Properties:

  • Country
  • City
  • Latitude
  • Longitude

Installation:

Copy files to the c:\inetpub\SolarWinds\Orion\GoogleMap\

Update your connection string and API key

Create a view in NPM using the Custom HTML resource, configure iFrame

See the movie (how to install the mod):

2013-07-25_10-43-25 - YouTube

Read the book (asp files, readme, notes on GitHub):

https://gist.github.com/BarefootAtomic/a396a12541ff97a2ce1f

map.png

Enjoy!

Andrew LaGrone, SCP#1368

GoogleMap1.4.zip
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  • First of all let me say this is great and just what I have been looking for however I seem to be having 2 problems that I can't quite figure out.

    1. My Custom HTML Resource window only displays a third of the map and I can't figure out how to make it cover the entire resource like in your screen shots.

    2. when I click on one of my Cities on the map to zoom to street level it zooms all the way out.

    any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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  • First of all let me say this is great and just what I have been looking for however I seem to be having 2 problems that I can't quite figure out.

    1. My Custom HTML Resource window only displays a third of the map and I can't figure out how to make it cover the entire resource like in your screen shots.

    2. when I click on one of my Cities on the map to zoom to street level it zooms all the way out.

    any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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