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BingGeocodeDataProvider Class

The class that is used to send requests to the Bing Maps Geocode service.

Namespace: DevExpress.Xpf.Map

Assembly: DevExpress.Xpf.Map.v22.2.dll

NuGet Package: DevExpress.Wpf.Map

Declaration

public class BingGeocodeDataProvider :
    BingMapDataProviderBase,
    IMouseClickRequestSender

Remarks

The Bing Geocode Data provider is represented by the BingGeocodeDataProvider object that can be accessed via the InformationLayer.DataProvider property.

To get access to the Bing Geocode service, you should specify the bing key using the BingMapDataProviderBase.BingKey property.

To learn how this can be done, see the How to: Get a Bing Maps Key topic.

If you wish to specify the number of requested results displayed, use the InformationDataProviderBase.MaxVisibleResultCount property.

Example

This example demonstrates how to provide the capability for end-users to click on a map and get detailed information about this location, thanks to the Bing Geocode service.

Note

If you run the application, and see a window with the following error message: ”The specified Bing Maps key is invalid. To create a developer account, refer to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/maps/create-a-bing-maps-key”, refer to the following tutorial: How to: Get a Bing Maps Key.

View Example

<dxm:InformationLayer.DataProvider>
    <dxm:BingGeocodeDataProvider BingKey="{Binding Source={StaticResource BingKey}}" 
                                 MaxVisibleResultCount="1"/>
</dxm:InformationLayer.DataProvider>

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