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Hello,

I am trying to drop a server-side control onto a Google Map via an update panel (with viewstate enabled), and need it to behave like a map overlay (tied to coordinates on the map and pans with the map). Is that possible?

So far, here is what I have:

- Update panel on aspx page, wrapper inside a draggable jquery window
- I invoke a partial postback, and dynamically load a user control in the update panel
- This results in a draggable user control which maintains the viewstate (what I need), except it is not tied to the map (panning the map is mutually exclusive from dragging the window).

Is there a way to "snap" DOM elements to Google Maps / OverlayView? What's the best way of doing this?

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks Smile | :)
Posted 15-Dec-11 14:05pm

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Solution 1

Google API via JQuery is referred at http://www.sitepoint.com/google-maps-api-jquery/[^]
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