HowTo: Using SD Geolocation Control in Smart Devices

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In this tutorial we will explain the meaning of SD Geolocation and how to use it.

SD Geolocation is a control applicable to a geolocation field. This control will show the geolocation field over a map, indicating the position with a pin.
This control can be applied to an attribute from a Transaction object based on Geolocation domain and also to a variable with same domain.


For the following tutorial we will create a Transaction (called "TRNGeolocation") with two Attributes (Id and descriptionas shown on the image.
Then we apply the Work With for Smart Devices object pattern to the Transaction (for further information see Applying Work With for Smart Devices Pattern).
Let's change the Control Type property of the attribute "TRNGeolocationDescription" to SD Geolocation.
To finish the tutorial create the following dashboard and add the WorkWithDevicesTRNGeolocation as an item.
Done! Now we can deploy our application on different devices (don't forget to set your dashboard as main object).


AndroidSDGeolocation1 AndroidSDGeolocation2
AndroidSDGeolocation3 AndroidSDGeolocation4


iOSGeolocation1 iOSGeolocation2
In this case, we already have an item on the list. 


Platforms: Android,  iOS

See also


Start Video Work With for Smart Devices – General Aspects and List layout
Start Video WorkWith for Smart Devices – Detail Layout

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