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MapView.SetScript

Sets script trigger.

Component Version macOS Windows Server FileMaker Cloud FileMaker iOS SDK
MapView 9.3 Yes No No No Yes
MBS( "MapView.SetScript"; MapView { ; Filename; ScriptName } )   More

Parameters

Parameter Description Example value
MapView The map view reference number. $$MapView
Filename Optional
The database file name where the script is located.
"test.fmp12"
ScriptName Optional
The script name.
"MyScript"

Result

Returns OK or error.

Description

Sets script trigger.
Script is called for pins with identifiers when clicked.
With version 9.5, we start passing JSON with various values included. Version 9.3 and 9.4 only pass annotation identifier.

The JSON includes mapViewID, annotationIdentifier, latitude, longitude, mouseInViewX, mouseInViewY, mouseInWindowX, mouseInWindowY, mouseLocationX, mouseLocationY, reason and overlayIdentifiers.

overlayIdentifiers are found by bounding rectangles, so we don't check polygons or circles exactly!

The JSON contains an entry reason for why the script was called including Touch, Click, AnnotationMoved, and AnnotationSelected.

Examples

Set script:

Set Variable [ $$MapView ; Value: MBS("MapView.CreateWithControl"; 0; "PlaceHolder") ]
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS("MapView.SetScript"; $$MapView; Get(FileName); "PinClicked") ]

See also

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Release notes

Created 6th June 2019, last changed 23th September 2019


MapView.SetRotateEnabled   -   MapView.SetScrollEnabled

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