I'm able to create a static map with on pushpin using the Bing Maps Connector. Is there a way to add multiple pushpins to a map using the connector or do I need to call the Bing Maps API?
@Z_Mike1 Follow this blog post by MVP April Dunnam for plotting multiple push points on Bing Maps https://www.sharepointsiren.com/2019/03/plotting-multiple-map-points-in-powerapps/
Hi @Z_Mike1 ,
How do you display the static map within your app? Using a Image control?
Do you want to add multiple pushpins to a static map within your app?
Based on the needs that you mentioned, I think the Bing Maps connector could not achieve your needs. As an alternative solution, I think the Bing Maps API could achieve your needs.
The user @KickingApps has faced same issue with you, please check my response within the following thread:
On your side, you should set the Image property of the Image control to following:
"https://dev.virtualearth.net/REST/V1/Imagery/Map/"&drpBingImagerySets.Selected.Value&"/" & EncodeUrl(txtLocation.Text) & "/"& slZoom.Value &"?mapSize=" & txtImageWidth & "," & txtImageHeight & "&pp="&"36.204824,138.25292421;21;First+Point&pp=36.305578,138.306655;21;Second+Point&key=YourBingMapsKey"
More details about displaying a static Bing Map within PowerApps, please check the following blog:
More details about the Bing Maps API to create multiple pushpins, please check the following article:
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