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License: Commercial
Technologies: ASP.NET, SQL-Server (SQL-Server, SQL-Server-2008), Silverlight
Last Updated: 18 Mar 2011

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ComponentOne Maps for SharePoint

Version: 2011
Plot your SharePoint list or BCS data on a Microsoft Bing Map using interactive smart pins. Point-and-click data selection, automatic geocoding (turn addresses into geographic coordinates), and pop-ups ensure that any user can create the map view they need without a line of code.
Key features include:
* Instant, No-code, Mapping
Just open the On-Board Designer, point to a data source, select your data, configure the view and you are finished. Your data will be geocoded and plotted on a Microsoft Bing map. Gone is the need for map APIs, SharePoint Designer, and difficult code. You don't even need to use the page's edit mode.
* Display Geographic Data with Smart Pins
The ComponentOne Maps for SharePoint will automatically pinpoint each location on the map with an indicator of your choice (pushpin, flag, ball, star, or custom image). This happens automatically, and live, so if the data changes, so will the map.
* Automatic Geocoding
As long as you have a location identifier (e.g., address, postal code, state, point of interest), you can plot your data. Maps for SharePoint will connect to Bing's geocoding service to determine the map coordinates.
* Connect Location Markers to More Information
Each smart pin is related to an annotation that can display virtually anything you want. Show drill-down data, images, URLs, and street map insets to name a few. Even create tool tips dynamically.


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