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Integrating MapPoint in your .NET applications

, 2 Oct 2005 94.9K 1.3K 67
Using the MapPoint web service API and C# to calculate the route/driving directions between two places (e.g. cities) and generate a map showing the same.
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>

		This is the username and password for your logon to MapPoint .NET
		They are placed here so that you don't have to re-compile if you change your password,
		but there is a small security risk.  Since app.config is a well known file, it
		may be a point of attack.  You may want to add code to hash or encrypt your password, 
		so that just the hashed/encrypted password is stored here.  That way you can 
		change the password without a recompile, but not be vulnerable to exposing it.
		for more information.  
		<add key="MPUser" value="id" />
		<add key="MPPass" value="pass" />


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Chayan Ray has been working as a Technical Consultant in a CMM level 5 company in India. His technical domain includes ASP.NET, C#, PHP, Perl, Cold Fusion, MySQL and MSSQL 2000.

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