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I have some positional data that I would like to hand over to Google earth to display, and I would like to do some simple things like change the icon based on some bit of the database, or group points in folders based on some criteria or other.
However I am having a bit of a brain fade as to how to do this... I fear my first guess was to use nested repeaters to build the kml (which is an xml document) and feed that out, however I could not escape the aspx's need to have <html> etc tabs in it. I looked into building the page entirely in code but that looks like a nightmare.
I probably should be using some of the native XML tools but I am very ignorant about xml, and a blast through the books has not shown me a simple solution.
I did do a bit of struggling with the "FOR XML" in my SQL but i did not manage to get that to produce a sensible output either!
Has anyone done this, or seen it done in asp/vb.net so I can steal some code?
Failing that a push in the correctish sort of direction would be nice!
Thanks as ever!
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