There is a way to choice a timer and start AutoUpdate map instead to click on the UpdateMap button ?
It seems that TrackMap.java use a function called startAutoUpdateMapTimer, It works in this way ?
Take a look at the MapProvider section in 'private.xml'.
You can define "auto.enable", "auto.interval" and "auto.count" properties
to enable this features.
Hi Martin, thanks for your fast response.
I've tried this features and it's what i'm looking for,but....
After a short period AutoRefresh stop.
I've tried to left remarked the row with "auto.count" properties, but doesn't change.
There is a parameter to make AutoUpdate endless or I need to modify java code ?
Specifying "0" for the "auto.count" will disable the auto update count limit.
When "auto.count" is not specified, the default is about "20".
This is designed specifically this way to make sure the devloper/administrator
is aware that the "auto.count" limit feature has been disabled (due to the
potential of increased mapping service fees, and system load, when used in
a commercial environment).
was there a change in the described behaviour from version 1.7.0 to 1.8.2?
I am using the following settings in 1.7.0:
and the follwoing settings in 1.8.2:
When using version 1.7.0 I get the "Start AutoUpdate" button and the map is auto-updated as expected.
But versions 1.8.2 shows the "Update" button (manual update)instead.
It looks like in v1.8.0/1/2, that it requires that 'auto.count' must be greater than '0'.
'0' should be a valid value that indicates an unlimited number of updates. This will
be fixed in the next release. For now, you can set this to a large integer value, to
essentially create an unlimited update sequence. Let me know if this solves this issue.
Thanks for finding this.
I set it to auto.count=9999 now it it seems to work now.
Thank you very much.
One simple way is to add html tag to refresh automatically.
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