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Creating an Interactive Map in ASP.NET 2.0 Using SharpMap

, 25 Nov 2005 CPOL
An article on how to create a web map application using SharpMap in ASP.NET 2.0.
SharpMap1_src.zip
App_Data
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SharpMap.dll
This demo application expects two shapefile datasets in the App_Data folder,
which are not included.

Either place two sets of shapefiles "Rivers.*" and "Countries.*" in the
App_Data folder which contains the countries and rivers of the world, or change
the InitializeMap method in Default.aspx.cs to point to other shapefile data.

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Morten on GIS
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Morten Nielsen holds a M.Sc. in Engineering and GeoInformatics, and works full time as a .NET software developer in California making the next generation GIS applications. He specializes in mapping, GeoInformatics and image processing, and is the creator of several open source projects such as Proj.NET, SharpGPS and SharpMap.

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