[Plone-UI] Re: [Plone-Users] using Maps product in Plone 3.1.6

Espen Moe-Nilssen espen at medialog.no
Thu Nov 6 10:50:42 UTC 2008

No, this is not  how its supposed to be

Just checking::

Are you sure you have entered both the local-url (http://localhost: 
8080) and the remote-url (http://yoursite.com) in the maps  
the keys you add in the control-panel should be differen (= you need  
to request two keys from google)

Addin them both at top and bottom (API and AJAX) should work.

Den 5. nov. 2008 kl. 17.10 skrev John DeStefano:

> Hi Espen,
> On Nov 5, 2008, at 9:57 AM, Espen Moe-Nilssen wrote:
>> Try restarting again, I thinkt something is cached that shouldnt  
>> be... (you might want to clear the cache on apache / squid etc.
> Tried that: restarted Zope again, restarted browser, started a  
> browser on the same server as the Plone service (Apache isn't  
> running on the Plone server), and all the same results persist,  
> except for the fact that the localhost browser (browser on the  
> server) times out when adding a Location, as the browser can't  
> connect to the Google Maps site due to proxy settings on the server.
> If I enter the proxy settings into this localhost browser, the time- 
> outs stop, and all the Location data becomes visible in Location  
> objects; this is not the case when I access the site "remotely"  
> from my desktop: I can add a Location, but its body is blank, so  
> there is no visible map data.  But I still don't see a Location tab  
> in Folders or Documents, even in the localhost browser.
> Is this the way the product is expected to work?
> Thanks,
> ~John
>> Den 5. nov. 2008 kl. 15.49 skrev John DeStefano:
>>> Hi Espen,
>>> Unfortunately, installing the RC1 version had the same effect.  I  
>>> installed, restarted Zope, upgraded the version in Add/Remove  
>>> Products, entered my API key in the Maps control panel, and ...  
>>> nothing.  However, once I went into portal_types and added  
>>> GeoLocation to the addable types for Folder and Document, I was  
>>> finally able to add a "Location" object in my folders.
>>> But then, another problem: once I fclicked "Location" to add one,  
>>> I got this error message:
>>> "The Google Maps API key used on this web site was registered for  
>>> a different web site.  You can generate a new key for this web  
>>> site at http://code.google.com/apis/maps/."
>>> I don't understand this, as I registered the key specifically for  
>>> this site, and there wasn't a typo (I saved and am looking at the  
>>> API page now, with the site listed on the page).  How can I tell  
>>> what the problem is?  The site is behind a proxy; could this be  
>>> related?
>>> Also, shouldn't there now be a Location tab in Folder and  
>>> Document objects?  I don't see this either.
>>> Thanks,
>>> ~John
>>> On Nov 5, 2008, at 9:04 AM, Espen Moe-Nilssen wrote:
>>>> I have the same setup, and putting
>>>> Maps 1.1-rc1
>>>> in
>>>> /instance/Products works.........
>>>> Den 4. nov. 2008 kl. 16.08 skrev John DeStefano:
>>>>> In a Plone 3.1.6 site, I have installed the latest available  
>>>>> tarball
>>>>> version of the "Maps" product:
>>>>> http://plone.org/products/maps/
>>>>> There are no listed dependencies, and the install completed  
>>>>> normally
>>>>> after a Zope restart.  I obtained Google Maps API keys and entered
>>>>> them into the Maps control panel, along with my site  
>>>>> information and
>>>>> coordinates.  I see a new "GeoLocation (Location)" type in
>>>>> portal_types, where "Implicitly addable?" is enabled.  Everything
>>>>> seems fine.
>>>>> However, aside from the control panel, nothing related to Maps is
>>>>> visible on the site.  There is no "Location" type available,  
>>>>> and no
>>>>> "Location" tabs appear on any content types.  What else needs  
>>>>> to be
>>>>> done?
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> ~John
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