Hi allWe are having issues being able to view the map when loading the map tool. It shows the location of the pins but in the middle of the sea no actual map. This used to work successfully until recently.The version we are using which used to work successfully is InfragisticsSL5.Controls.Maps.XamMap.v12.1 control
Has anyone else experienced this?
We have Map samples on our website for quite some time. Note, version 16.1 was our last volume release for our Silverlight controls and no longer maintained. If you can provide us with a sample that isolates and reproduces the behavior you've described I'll take a look for you.
Thank you below is an example of what we are seeing:
I am aware about the Silverlight version but wondered if there was anything we can implement or do as a temporary fix for this?
I've reproduced this, but not in WPF 16.1, which doesn't help, since it's a cross platform control and if it didn't work I could have found where it was fixed and possibly patched it up. But I have forwarded the issue to a map expert to take a look at it for a moment to see if there is some kind of easy fix for you guys.
Michael DiFilippoSoftware DeveloperInfragistics, Inc.
Do you have an update on this problem? One of our products relies on this component and it is causing us quite a headache!
Our development team couldn't reproduce this reliably. We're still investigating this behavior.
We believe this will not be an issue for any machine where the information is cached, as all of the machines where it was previously installed still work.The problem is only when we try to use it on a new machine.
I hope this may help?
It appears to be a security issue with Silverlight which explains why my colleagues weren't able to reproduce this. I was able to work around this by making sure the Web project is set as the startup project and in the non web project I enabled "Require elevated trust when running in-browser". See if this helps.
Thanks for this Michael, but it has not worked for me unfortunately.
The only error I can see if the missing clientaccesspolicy.xml in the Network trace in the browser, could this be the cause of my issue?
Any further help you could give me would be really appreciated!
I have a clientaccesspolicy on my wwwroot so I don't get any errors related to that.
This works fine for me locally, but it looks like it's a local setting. It doesn't do anything for clients using the application over the Internet.
I think Silverlight 5 or VS may have changed the way the browser handles permissions.https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/silverlight/dotnet-windows-silverlight/gg192793(v=vs.95)https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8570470/in-browser-trusted-application-silverlight-5 In addition, the option I mentioned in VS shouldn't affect the client, so perhaps, have the end user clear the browser's cache.