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    Default Unanswered: Anybody managed to use Google Maps v3 with GXT 2.x?

    Unanswered: Anybody managed to use Google Maps v3 with GXT 2.x?


    I've included gwt-maps.jar version 3.8.0, added theses entries to my gwt.xml file -

    <inherits name="com.google.maps.gwt.GoogleMaps"/>
    <script src="http://maps.google.com/maps/api/js?sensor=false" />

    and this is a snippet of my test code -

    MapOptions options = MapOptions.create();
    options.setCenter(LatLng.create(39.509, -98.434));
    options.setZoom(6);
    options.setMapTypeId(MapTypeId.ROADMAP);
    options.setDraggable(true);
    options.setMapTypeControl(true);
    options.setScaleControl(true);
    options.setScrollwheel(true);

    theMap = GoogleMap.create(container.getElement(), options) ;

    Whilst this creates the map object ok I get a stack overflow further down the line. Increasing the stack size doesn't help.

    Interestingly, the map works fine and I can interact with it as expected, but the other non-map panels fail to load.

    Has anybody had any joy with this at all? Or even maps v2?

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    Got this working now.

    I had created an html div container and had hooked the map creation code to the onAfterLayout function.

    Although I was checking that the container had rendered it still didn't work. Eventually moving this code to onLoad solved it.