Google Map APEX Plugins

I’ve published two three APEX Region Plugins on apex.world that allow you to incorporate a simple Google Map region into your application. They’re easy to use, and you don’t need to apply for a Google API key or anything like that (although you can plug your key in if you have one, which enables a few additional features).

1. Simple Map

plugin-simplemap-preview

This allows you to add a small map to a page to allow the user to select any arbitrary point. If you synchronize it with an item on your page, it will put the Latitude, Longitude into that item. If the item has a value on page load, or is changed, the pin on the map is automatically updated.

Source

2. Report Map

plugin-reportmap-preview.png

This allows you to add a map to a page, and based on a SQL query you supply, it will render a number of pins on the map. Each pin has an ID, a name (used when the user hovers over a pin), and an info text (which can be almost any HTML, rendered in a popup window when the user clicks a pin).

If the user clicks a pin, the ID can be set in a page item.

Source

3. GeoHeatMap

EDIT: the GeoHeatMap plugin was deprecated in 2019; its features have been incorporated into the ReportMap plugin.

Visualise a large set of data points on the map using the Google Maps “Heatmap” visualisation. All you need to do is supply a SQL Query that returns the data points to show, and the visualisation library does the rest.

plugin-heatmap-preview

Your SQL Query must be in the following format:

select lat, lng, weight from mydata;

You can set the Map Style (e.g. to the light blue/greyscale style you see above) easily on this plugin; just copy-and-paste the style codes from a site like snazzymaps.com.

Source

If you notice a bug or have a great idea to enhance a plugin, don’t comment on this post – instead please raise an issue on GitHub.

Refer to GitHub or my Plugins page for future updates.

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  1. Hi Jeff, I ‘m developing an Oracle APEX app and included this region_type_plugin_com_jk64_report_google_map.sql plugin. I do step by step, configure items needs, and write correct sql that return latitud, longitude, name and id, but when I execute de page, an error raise. I can’t see in the debug mode the error detail, becouse it’s show pl and the error no data found. But the report sql return one record. If I save without sql report, the page run ok, but the map appears grey, like a gray rectangle only. I can’t found the exact line of the error and why. I’m using APEX 5.0.3 .
    here de dubug code.

    Error in PLSQL code raised during plug-in processing.
    
    ORA-01403: no data found
    
    Technical Info (only visible for developers)
    is_internal_error: true
    apex_error_code: WWV_FLOW_PLUGIN.RUN_PLSQL_ERR
    ora_sqlcode: 100
    ora_sqlerrm: ORA-01403: no data found
    component.type: APEX_APPLICATION_PAGE_REGIONS
    component.id: 35741599501575387
    component.name: RENTOGO MAP
    error_backtrace:
    ORA-06512: at line 58
    ORA-06512: at line 217
    ORA-06512: at line 429
    ORA-06512: at "SYS.DBMS_SYS_SQL", line 1926
    ORA-06512: at "SYS.WWV_DBMS_SQL", line 1033
    ORA-06512: at "SYS.WWV_DBMS_SQL", line 1047
    ORA-06512: at "APEX_050000.WWV_FLOW_DYNAMIC_EXEC", line 895
    ORA-06512: at "APEX_050000.WWV_FLOW_PLUGIN", line 1177
    error_statement:
    begin declare
    PROCEDURE set_map_extents
        (p_lat     IN NUMBER
        ,p_lng     IN NUMBER
        ,p_lat_min IN OUT NUMBER
        ,p_lat_max IN OUT NUMBER
        ,p_lng_min IN OUT NUMBER
        ,p_lng_max IN OUT NUMBER
        ) IS
    BEGIN
        p_lat_min := LEAST   (NVL(p_lat_min, p_lat), p_lat);
        p_lat_max := GREATEST(NVL(p_lat_max, p_lat), p_lat);
        p_lng_min := LEAST   (NVL(p_lng_min, p_lng), p_lng);
        p_lng_max := GREATEST(NVL(p_lng_max, p_lng), p_lng);
    END set_map_extents;
    
    FUNCTION latlng2ch (lat IN NUMBER, lng IN NUMBER) RETURN VARCHAR2 IS
    BEGIN
      RETURN '"lat":'
          || TO_CHAR(lat, 'fm990.0999999999999999')
          || ',"lng":'
          || TO_CHAR(lng, 'fm990.0999999999999999');
    END latlng2ch;
    
    FUNCTION get_markers
        (p_region  IN APEX_PLUGIN.t_region
        ,p_lat_min IN OUT NUMBER
        ,p_lat_max IN OUT NUMBER
        ,p_lng_min IN OUT NUMBER
        ,p_lng_max IN OUT NUMBER
        ) RETURN APEX_APPLICATION_GLOBAL.VC_ARR2 IS
    
    l_data           APEX_APPLICATION_GLOBAL.VC_ARR2;
    l_lat            NUMBER;
    l_lng            NUMBER;
    l_info           VARCHAR2(4000);
    l_icon           VARCHAR2(4000);
    l_radius_km      NUMBER;
    l_circle_color   VARCHAR2(100);
    l_circle_transp  NUMBER;
    l_flex_fields    VARCHAR2(32767);
    
    l_column_value_list  APEX_PLUGIN_UTIL.t_column_value_list;
    
    BEGIN
    
      l_column_value_list := APEX_PLUGIN_UTIL.get_data
        (p_sql_statement  => p_region.source
        ,p_min_columns    => 4
        ,p_max_columns    => 19
        ,p_component_name => p_region.name
        ,p_max_rows       => p_region.fetched_rows);
    
    FOR i IN 1..l_column_value_list(1).count LOOP
    
        l_lat  := TO_NUMBER(l_column_value_list(1)(i));
        l_lng  := TO_NUMBER(l_column_value_list(2)(i));
        l_info := l_column_value_list(5)(i);
    
        -- default values if not supplied in query
        l_icon          := NULL;
        l_radius_km     := NULL;
        l_circle_color  := '#0000cc';
        l_circle_transp := '0.3';
        l_flex_fields   := NULL;
    
        IF l_column_value_list.EXISTS(6) THEN
          l_icon := l_column_value_list(6)(i);
        IF l_column_value_list.EXISTS(7) THEN
          l_radius_km := TO_NUMBER(l_column_value_list(7)(i));
        IF l_column_value_list.EXISTS(8) THEN
          l_circle_color := l_column_value_list(8)(i);
        IF l_column_value_list.EXISTS(9) THEN
          l_circle_transp := TO_NUMBER(l_column_value_list(9)(i));
        END IF; END IF; END IF; END IF;
    
        FOR j IN 10..19 LOOP
          IF l_column_value_list.EXISTS(j) THEN
            l_flex_fields := l_flex_fields
              || ',"attr'
              || TO_CHAR(j-9,'fm00')
              || '":'
              || APEX_ESCAPE.js_literal(l_column_value_list(j)(i),'"');
          END IF;
        END LOOP;
    
        l_data(NVL(l_data.LAST,0)+1) :=
             '{"id":'  || APEX_ESCAPE.js_literal(l_column_value_list(4)(i),'"')
          || ',"name":'|| APEX_ESCAPE.js_literal(l_column_value_list(3)(i),'"')
          || ','       || latlng2ch(l_lat,l_lng)
          || CASE WHEN l_info IS NOT NULL THEN
             ',"info":'|| APEX_ESCAPE.js_literal(l_info,'"')
             END
          || ',"icon":'|| APEX_ESCAPE.js_literal(l_icon,'"')
          || CASE WHEN l_radius_km IS NOT NULL THEN
             ',"rad":' || TO_CHAR(l_radius_km,'fm99999999999990.09999999999999')
              || ',"col":' || APEX_ESCAPE.js_literal(l_circle_color,'"')
              ||   CASE WHEN l_circle_transp IS NOT NULL THEN
             ',"trns":'|| TO_CHAR(l_circle_transp,'fm990.099')
               END
             END
          || l_flex_fields
          || '}';
    
        set_map_extents
          (p_lat     => l_lat
          ,p_lng     => l_lng
          ,p_lat_min => p_lat_min
          ,p_lat_max => p_lat_max
          ,p_lng_min => p_lng_min
          ,p_lng_max => p_lng_max
          );
    
    END LOOP;
    
    RETURN l_data;
    
    END get_markers;
    
    PROCEDURE htp_arr (arr IN APEX_APPLICATION_GLOBAL.VC_ARR2
    
    • Jeffrey Kemp
      1 June 2016 - 6:05 pm

      Hi Juano,

      Thanks very much for trying out my plugin, and for your comment. I believe the error you’re getting may be due to a bug in my plugin where it fails to support a query with only 4 columns.

      Until I’ve fixed the issue, I believe a workaround you can use is to add a 5th column to your query, e.g.

      SELECT lat, lng, name, id, '' as dummy FROM mytable...
      

      Please let me know if the above workaround works for you.

      Jeff

  2. Hi Jeff,

    I am glad to see this (Report map) plugin much helpful but in my requirement user is not comfortable in in providing data of lat,long along with address.
    Can you please suggest me how to get data of lat long in oracle/plsql based upon address.As I am already trying access googlemap api under oracle db subsequenctly faced errors.Please check below link.

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/47302603/error-while-accessing-google-webservice-from-oracle-db

    Thanks in advance.
    Amol

    • Hi Amol,

      I’m not sure the ReportMap plugin will completely fill your requirement in this regard, however you may find the Geocode Item feature useful for this purpose (or at least give you a pointer in the right direction). The plugin can take an address entered into the Geocode Item and move the map to the lat,long position. This is all done on the client so will not have any problem with your server being unable to access the Google server.

      A separate plugin for converting addresses to lat,long points is the SimpleMap plugin (https://github.com/jeffreykemp/jk64-plugin-simplemap) which has similar functionality – you could convert addresses to lat,long points using some javascript. In fact, if you look at the source code (https://github.com/jeffreykemp/jk64-plugin-simplemap/blob/master/src/simplemap.js) you might find the geocode function of interest.

      I hope this helps a bit.

  3. Hi Jeff,

    I have a question about the report plugin.

    When I click a marker on the report plugin, the map adjusts is position, centering the clicked marker.

    Can i change this behavior so that the map is not automatically adjusted?

    regards form holland,
    hans

    • Hi Hans,

      This behaviour is due to the following line in the jk64reportmap_repPin function (which you can find in jk64reportmap.js):

      opt.map.panTo(this.getPosition());

      The plugin doesn’t offer any option in this regard, at the moment – if you want to raise an enhancement request on the Github project to make this an option, feel free: https://github.com/jeffreykemp/jk64-plugin-reportmap

      In the meantime, if you are comfortable modifying the plugin yourself, you could comment out this line.

      Jeff

  4. Hi Jeff,

    Thnx for your reply; I will issue an enhancement request but also tried to fix it according to your info.

    I found the line you mentoined and changed it by adding //.

    I tried to activate this change by importing the plugin again, but the repin function is still active.

    Is this the correct way to change and activate the the changed jk64reportmap.js source?

    Hans

    • Hi Hans, did you update the minified version as well (jk64reportmap_repPin.min.js)? If not, you can generate this file by uploading your version of jk64reportmap_repPin.js to a service like https://www.minifier.org/.

  5. ahh ok; I did not…. will try this

  6. Tien Thanh Pham
    19 January 2018 - 6:50 pm

    Hi Jeff,

    I’m developing an apex mobile application using your Simple Map plugin but it didn’t work, the Google Simple Map Region did not showed up on mobile pages. I tried the plugin on desktop pages, it worked well.
    Can you explain me the way it works on mobile pages?
    Regards,

    • Hi Tien Thanh Pham,

      Thanks for giving the map plugin a go.

      I assume you are using the jQuery Mobile theme. At this time the plugin is not configured correctly for Mobile themes. I’ve raised an issue for this and will hopefully have it working soon.

      If you’re not using the jQuery mobile theme, please comment again and let me know your APEX version, what theme you’re using, and whether you have a sample app online; if so I might be able to take a look.

      UPDATE: I’ve updated the plugin to fix it for mobile themes. New version is 0.5 which may be downloaded from here: https://github.com/jeffreykemp/jk64-plugin-simplemap/releases/latest

      Thank you

      Jeff

  7. Hi Jeff,

    I am using your excellent Report Map plugin and have found a few issues that hopefully you may be able to resolve.

    Firstly, any Latitudes or Longitudes which are less than 1 in number format cause an error as they are processed as “.XXX” rather than “0.XXX”. Obviously the “to_char” function can be used as a work around to insert a zero before the decimal point, but it may be worth trapping that possibility, or updating the documentation to make the preferred data type explicit.

    Secondly, circles with a radius less than 1 in number format cause an “Error in PLSQL code raised during plug-in processing.” error which is possibly the same type of issue as described above.

    Finally, circles with a radius greater than 999 in number or text format generate a “Error: SyntaxError: JSON.parse: unexpected character at line XXX column YYY of the JSON data” error.

    Many thanks,

    Rod.

  8. Hi Jeff,

    Thanks very much for excellent Map plugin, have any way to use Streetview mode in map plugin?

    Regards,
    Wesley

    • Hi Wesley,

      Thanks for your kind words. Great question! I assume you’re referring to the SimpleMap plugin – although I think this would also work for ReportMap:

      Firstly, you can enable the street view option (i.e. show the “peg man”) by adding the following javascript code in a dynamic action on the mapLoaded event:

      this.data.map.setOptions({streetViewControl:true});

      Secondly, if you want it to show the street view by default, this is a little bit more complicated. I’ll work on this and put some instructions on the wiki when I can.

      Thanks,

      Jeff

  9. Hi Jeff, I am using the Report Map plugin, how can I click on a pin to redirects to another page setting a page id on that page

  10. Hi Jeff, I’m developing a small CRM-like system and I have the need to implement such a feature like your reportmap. Unfortunately I use a hosted instance of APEX, so I’m not able to connect to the database via SQL*Plus. Can I install the plugin using the corresponding utility of APEX or can I run the script using the SQL Workshop tool?
    Thank you and best wishes
    Steven

  11. Hi Jeff, I tried it and got some errors:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/3bq4a4l90wmmjw0/jk64_reportmap_install_errors.jpg?dl=0
    Do you know the reason for this?

    • Hi Steven,

      It looks like you’ve tried to run the plugin script from the SQL Scripts window.

      You need to follow the instructions as given – i.e. install the plugin into an existing application.

      The installation instructions can be found on the github home page: https://github.com/jeffreykemp/jk64-plugin-reportmap

      I hope this helps.

      Jeff

  12. Hello Jeff,
    I use your plugin to show all our stores (around 2000 and more are planned) on the map and that works fine, but when i try to zoom in or out the maps react very slow. when i use only a few of this stores all things are fast. have you heard about that issue or an idea to resolve that?

    Thanks.
    Christian

  13. Hi Jeff,
    I’m using Report Map plugin in jQuery Mobile theme.
    But I have javascript error „Uncaught ReferenceError: jk64reportmap_initMap is not defined“.
    Can you help me?

    Thanks in advance.

    • Hi vcro,

      That error seems to indicate the plugin wasn’t installed correctly or that something else on the page is interfering. Can you create a test case on apex.oracle.com? If so I’ll be happy to take a look.

      Jeff

  14. Hi Jeff,
    They are not the same version of APEX, my is 5.1.4.
    When I run the page directly, everything is ok.
    But when I run a MAP page by clicking on the button from the other page, I get a error.

    • Hi vcro, sorry but without access to a system that is exhibiting the problem it’s a bit difficult for me to guess what the cause of your problem might be. In your shoes I would check the browser console for errors, and trace them back. For example, if it is complaining that the object is not defined, I would check that the javascript source for the plugin is being loaded when the page is loaded.

  15. I am using the Simple Map. Is it possible to set the zoom level using javascript? That would allow me to the set zoom level depending on the amount of data provided by the user.

    • Hi Nils,

      Yes, if you set a static ID on the plugin region (e.g. “mymap”) the javascript to execute (e.g. from a dynamic action) is:

      opt_mymap.map.setZoom(3);

      More broadly, opt_mymap.map gives you a Google Maps object that you can use with the Google Maps API.

  16. its asking for the API key, remove that phrase from this posts. apex 18

    • Hi stareni,

      The Google Maps API requires an API key – you must supply it (you will find this under Component Settings).

  17. Hi Jeff,

    Thanks so much for creating the geoheatmap plugin. I’m trying to incorporate it into my Apex application with some difficulty. I’ve installed the plugin, inputted my Google Maps Javascript API credentials, and queried a tabled with stored latitude and longitude values. Despite my best efforts, the page does not load anything. It’s just simply blank. No google map loads whatsoever. I’ve run the developer console and noted that all the relevant data is present. The console did spit out the following error though:
    Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ,

    Any idea what the problem may be?

    Regards,
    Ismail

  18. Hi Jeffrey,
    How to use offline geo maps in offline oracle apex application?

    Regards,
    Med

    • Hi Med, I’m pretty sure the Google Maps javascript API only works when there is an active connection. For offline maps I think a dedicated app (e.g. the Android or iOS app) would be required.
      Jeff

  19. Hi Jeff

    I want to set the initial map center as the center lat,long of US. Now, however when I mention that in the property value, it zooms to extremely close and I have to zoom out to see the whole US.

    What I need to do?

    Thanks

    Deb

    • Hi Debraj,

      Firstly I assume you are using the latest version of the map plugin(s) 🙂

      If you’re using the Simple Map plugin it should work if you set the Initial Map Position region attribute to something like “39.8,-98.9” and the Initial Zoom Level to 4.

      If you’re using the Report Map plugin you can set the same attributes, but note that these are ignored if your query returns any pins. If you have data to show in the map but you don’t want it to automatically pan and zoom to show all the data and to remain on the Initial Map Position and Initial Zoom Level, you can check the Disable Auto Fit Bounds option.

      I hope this helps.

  20. Hi Jeff

    Thanks for your advice. I will try that.

    One more question – My requirement is that when the user clicks a state, it will show all the markers in that state.

    Any suggestion to achieve this through the report plugin

    Thanks

    Debraj

    • Hi Debraj,

      That’s an interesting requirement. The plugin does not support that out of the box, but I can think of a few possible solutions to consider, in descending order of ease:

      1) Create a set of boundaries for each state, store them as GeoJSON features in your database, and load them into the map at runtime. When the user clicks inside one of the boundaries, you would then need to match the feature to the state and then refresh the map with a filter.

      2) When the user clicks the map, use a dynamic action on the addressFound event to get the address which includes locality. Use this to refresh the map with a filter.

      3) Add a select list on your page which allows the user to select a state; on change, refresh the map with a filter.

      Each of these solutions requires that your dataset includes the state for each marker.

      I hope this helps.

      Jeff

  21. Hi Jeff

    I was trying to plot the following geocodes

    {lat: 43.6383, lng:-70.3031},
    {lat: 43.63831, lng:-70.3031}

    As you can see the difference is very minute.

    Now when I use markerplus, it shows 2 inside the blue image. When I click the count, it never shows the actual markers.

    But when I directly plot the markers without using markerplus, it shows 2 markers very close to each other.

    Shouldnt the markerplus should display 2 markers when clicking the count.

    Thanks

    Deb

    • Jeffrey Kemp
      1 May 2020 - 9:36 am

      Hi Deb,

      That seems to be a weakness with the Clustering method – if two points are in the same grid space, they are clustered. To actually show the points in separate positions on the screen, you would need to zoom in further. Ref: https://github.com/googlemaps/v3-utility-library/issues/464

      The distance between your points is less than 1 metre – in order to zoom in close enough so that they don’t appear in the same grid square, you would have to zoom in more than what Google Maps is limited to at this location. https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/maxzoom

      Unfortunately I don’t have a solution. A workaround might be to modify the data to shift one of the points by 0.0005 lat/lng.

      Jeff

  22. Franco Soldera
    10 May 2020 - 8:11 pm

    Hi Jeffrey,

    Thank you for your fantastic plugin!

    I am able to select a polyline and store it in my table, but when I send the data back to the map, the points of the polyline are visualized a pins. Am I missing some setting in the plugin or parameter to send with the query?

    Best regards
    Franco

    • Jeffrey Kemp
      10 May 2020 - 8:28 pm

      Hi Franco,

      Thanks for trying the plugin. At the moment it has two separate “modes” of operation:

      (1) It can be used to visualise a set of data as a set of points of interest, possibly with extra information for each point. In this mode, you provide a SQL query that includes a lat/long for each record.

      (2) It can be used to create, edit and show any set of features such as polygons, lines (and points). In this mode, you would not use any SQL query; instead, you load the features by calling the loadGeoJsonString function – refer to https://github.com/jeffreykemp/jk64-plugin-reportmap/wiki/Plugin-API-Reference.

      I do have in mind an idea to add the ability to load GeoJSON features via the SQL query but at this time the plugin does not do that.

      I guess if your users have created a polyline that describes a set of waypoints on a route, it might make sense to use the #1 mode to provide them as a SQL query, and set the Visualisation to Directions. But this would only really make sense if that suits the purpose of your map.

      I hope this helps.

      Jeff

  23. Franco Soldera
    10 May 2020 - 9:08 pm

    That was fast, thanks!! 😀

    Indded, I am splitting in separated rows with lat/long for each waypoint, but then if they come back to the map I have to rebuild the data as polyline.

    I was actually trying to cheat recomposing my splitted routes into a GeoJSON:

    SELECT JSON_OBJECT (
             'type' VALUE 'FeatureCollection',
             'features' VALUE JSON_OBJECT (
                                'type' VALUE 'Feature',
                                'geometry' VALUE JSON_OBJECT (
                                                   'type' VALUE 'LineString',
                                                   'coordinates' VALUE JSON_ARRAY(takeoff_longitude, takeoff_latitude)
                                                 )
                              )
           )
    FROM flight_legs
    WHERE flight_id = :p10_flight_id
    ORDER BY leg_number;
    

    But I get an error.

    Time to play with loadGeoJsonString as you suggest 😉

  24. Franco Soldera
    10 May 2020 - 9:27 pm

    Correct, I want to render just straight lines between stops.

    I let you know how it goes with loadGeoJsonString.

  25. Omar M. Sawalhah
    11 May 2020 - 5:03 pm

    Hi Jeff,
    Really greate Plugin, something I was looking for a while. Regarding the draggable obtion, I noticed when there is no ID, or in other words, I am not rendering the map from query, I just wanted to search for an address first drag the pin to the specific loation I want then I will generated a record for the current location, if this the case the pin is not draggable, I mean when it doesn’t have an ID, is this intended to be like this or need an enhacment.
    Regards,
    Omar

    • Jeffrey Kemp
      11 May 2020 - 5:41 pm

      Hi Omar,

      That’s right, the user pin ignores the Draggable option. That’s a good idea, I’ll add that as an enhancement.

      In the meantime, as a workaround you can make the pin draggable – create a Dynamic Action on the map, on the mapClick event, add the following code:

      $("#map_mymap").reportmap("instance").userpin.setDraggable(true);

      (replace “mymap” with the static ID of your map region).

      Jeff

  26. Franco Soldera
    12 May 2020 - 3:37 am

    Hi Jeffrey,

    I got loadGeoJsonString working with the following query:

    SELECT JSON_OBJECT (
             'type' VALUE 'FeatureCollection',
             'features' VALUE JSON_ARRAYAGG(JSON_OBJECT(
                                              'type' VALUE 'Feature',
                                              'geometry' VALUE JSON_OBJECT(
                                                                 'type' VALUE 'LineString',
                                                                 'coordinates' VALUE JSON_ARRAYAGG(JSON_ARRAY(takeoff_latitude
                                                                                                              || ','
                                                                                                              || takeoff_longitude FORMAT
                                                                                                              JSON) ORDER BY leg_number)
                                                               ),
                                              'properties' VALUE JSON_OBJECT(
                                                                   'a' VALUE ''
                                                                 ABSENT ON NULL)
                                            ))
           )
    INTO :P10_GEOJSON
    FROM flight_legs
    WHERE flight_id = :P10_FLIGHT_ID
    GROUP BY flight_id
    ORDER BY leg_number;
    

    Your plugin works very well, again thanks for it and your kind support 🙂

    F.

  27. Jim Czuprynski
    30 May 2020 - 1:42 am

    Finally got a ReportMap to appear, Jeff. Quite impressive!

    One small surprise: the Plug-In apparently expects the query columns to appear in a +precise+ order (i.e. LAT,LNG,ID,NAME). I struggled for like 2 hours until I realized that through an intense debug mode session; I’d originally had the query in a more “sensible” order like ID, Name, Lat, Lng and I kept getting a strange “JSON not ended properly” error from Google Maps.

    Otherwise … on to experimentation! Thanks for all the hard work you did on this.

    • Jeffrey Kemp
      31 May 2020 - 9:27 am

      Yep… I’m guessing you didn’t check the SQL source Help, or the installation instructions, or the documentation in the wiki 🙂

  28. Hi Jeffrey,

    Firstly Thanks for your massive,extremely helpful work,
    i have used ReportMap plugin and i want to know the way to display a ploygon from saved data.

    thanks

    • Hi M Alnakeb,

      You can display a polygon if it is in GeoJson format – use the GeoJson Visualisation option on the plugin.

      Jeff

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