All posts by Gordon Asbach



Google Latitude and Longitude Tools

Trying to find the latitude and longitude of a specific point or address can be frustrating, but I have found a few tools useful in providing this information so that you can populate the latitude and longitude fields in a SharePoint list to plot markers. The tools that I have found to be most useful are:

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Mapping Google Maps with SharePoint 2010 List Data (Part 2)

This is Part 2 of ‘Geolocation and SharePoint’. We left off in Part 1 with referencing our jQuery and SPServices JavaScript files. Now we need to create a SharePoint list that will contain our plotting data.

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Mapping Google Maps in SharePoint 2010 List Data (Part 1)

Mapping SharePoint 2010 list data can be an enormous benefit to any company. It can be used for a number of things, including but not limited to asset management, inventory, oil rigs, company locations, contact information, etc. If you would like to geographically plot anything that resides in a SharePoint list, you can do so by integrating the jQuery SPServices plugin with the Google Maps API. This is the first of many articles explaining the process of plotting SharePoint List data using the Google Maps API.

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