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Configuring a Map control

Suggest edit Updated on April 11, 2020

When you add a Map control (the pyTrackingMap rule) to a cell, you can configure it to view markers, static user locations, or case-related markers that can represent job locations and tracks of users of offline-enabled mobile apps.

  1. In Dev Studio, open a dynamic layout, a section, or a harness that contains the Map control that you want to configure.

  2. Click the View properties icon for the Map control.

  3. Optional:

    To set the initial scale or location of the map, or configure a refresh rate, Map control properties.

  4. Optional:

    To display static markers that represent certain locations on the map, in the Map control properties section, select Enable markers, select the source of marker data, and configure the detailed settings.

  5. Optional:

    To display markers that represent user locations on the map, user tracks and case-related locations on the map, in the Map control properties section, select Enable users filter, and configure the detailed settings.

  6. Click Submit.

  • Adding the Map control

    Add a Map control (the pyTrackingMap rule) to a cell to view markers, static user locations, and case-related markers that can represent job locations and tracks of users of offline-enabled mobile apps.

  • Displaying location as static map image

    Harness and Section forms - displaying location as a static map image

  • Tracking mobile users based on geolocation data

    Record the location of users of offline-enabled mobile apps who work on specific assignments by enabling constant tracking for case types. For example, enable tracking in tasks for service employees in the field so that dispatchers can effectively assign work to the employees based on their current location.

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