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The map retrieves this information from the database, through an XML file that acts as an intermediary between the database and the map.
A database in My SQL stores information about the individual marker locations like the type of place (whether it's a restaurant or a bar), its name, address and geographic coordinates.It then dumps the output XML to the browser screen.Note: If your database contains international characters, or you need to force a UTF-8 output, you can use content type.$result) header("Content-type: text/xml"); // Iterate through the rows, adding XML nodes for each while ($row = @mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) echo $dom- (select all) query on the markers table, and iterates through the results.The code then creates a XML node for each row in the table (for each location), with the row attributes as XML attributes, and appends it to the parent node.Below is the PHP file that connects to the My SQL database, and dumps the XML to the browser.
append Child($node); // Opens a connection to a My SQL server $connection=mysql_connect ('localhost', $username, $password); if (!
You can use DOM XML functions to create XML nodes, append child nodes, and output an XML document to the screen.
To determine if your server's PHP has the DOM XML functionality enabled, check your configuration or try initializing a append_child($node); // Opens a connection to a My SQL server $connection=mysql_connect ('localhost', $username, $password); if (!
This tutorial shows you how to display information from a My SQL database on a Google Map using the Google Maps Java Script API.
It suits people with intermediate knowledge of My SQL, PHP and XML.
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