I have download the code from codeproject and installed following the direction in your article. but When I Drag and drop the custom control in the user control it showing the error "unhandled exception has occurred. Object reference is not set to instance". same is happening when i Drag the user control in my page. I have tried with both vs2005 and 2008. Have tried with the WCPierce.Web dll in new application but the same is happening.
I am premier user of Google MAP api (purchased google map api key for 200 vehicles) and I was given a Client Id.
How I can use client id insted of Google MAP API Key?
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Downloaded the codeand created the dll. However, when I drag the control onto a page, I get an Error Rendering Control - An unhandled Exception has occurred. Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
I'm working on my senior project and am looking for a Google Maps Web Control to use within ASP.NET which is based off of Visual Basic and not Visual C#. I have no idea how C# works and every example of the web control I've found on the web is based off a .aspx.cs page instead of a .aspx.vb. Does anyone know of or have a way to make the web control work with Visual Basic in ASP.NET? Any help is greatly appreciated!
I am using Gmap Control for selecting a place by user..I am placing marker on click event.
But the problem comes,when user clicks second time the second marker is creating.. I want to remove marker and i want to place newmarker..
I got this error when test the project in Vs2008.
When convert it to Vs 2008 this error
Filename Status Errors Warnings
http://localhost/TestWeb/TestWeb.csproj 1 0
Conversion Issues - http://localhost/TestWeb/TestWeb.csproj:
ERROR: Failed to back up Web site http://localhost/TestWeb/TestWeb.csproj
1. Remove the TestWeb project from the solution
2. Right click on the solution to bring up the context menu
3. Select "Add Existing Project"
4. Navigate to the TestWeb folder and select the TestWeb.csproj file
5. Select the project in the Solution Explorer and right click. Select the "Convert to Web Application" item
6. Set the project as a start up project
7. Set the default.aspx page as the default page