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Contains two controls:
1. asp.net control for placing google maps on an aspx page.
2. a webpart wrapper for MOSS.
Feed the control with a path to and xml stream for showing pushpins on the map.
A zoom rectangle(rubberband) feature has been added.

Made quick and dirty, but works ;-)
No easy deployment for moss yet. You'll have do this manual (But perhaps there will be).
1.Add to safe controls in web.config
2.register the new webpart in MOSS
3.request a free googlemap license from google maps and set this on the property in aspx or on the webpart.
4.1 there are a to folders with images and jscript which has to be placed in webroot download this under release (FoldesMustBeInWebRoot.zip)
4.2 consume ;-) remember to set width and height otherwise mapsize will be nothing and therefor nothing to see

I or some contributor may want extend the control to have interfaces for retrieving maps from different sources e.g. MapServer/ArcIMS/WMS...

Developers are welcome to join in.

regards
Robert Hede

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2_0 aspdotnet control google maps moss sharepoint

In a Nutshell, A Google Mapcontrol for ASP.NET and MOSS...

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