1 Reply Latest reply: Mar 21, 2013 9:32 AM by jsharma RSS

    Objects not visible in Map Viewer Display Data with Mouse Moveover

    User817045-Oracle
      Hi All,

      On version 11.1.1.5.2 OBIEE with Map Viewer a customer has the following problem. Data objects are not displayed as expected on the map when the visibility check box is disabled on a dashboard. However the data about the object is incorrectly displayed on the map when the mouse is placed over the location of the hidden object.

      The customer's screen shots show a map with a panel which has a list of assets with a check box controlling if the asset is displayed. When the check box is off then the asset image is correctly not displayed but when the mouse is placed over the hidden asset’s location then incorrectly a pop window shows the hidden asset's Tooltip data.

      I was unable to reproduce this in-house with an OBIEE dashboard connected to Google Maps.

      In the MapViewer User Guide there is a reference to a MapViewer JavaBean method “setSVGShowInfo” which appears to be related to this:
      http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E14571_01/web.1111/e10145/vis_beanapi.htm#i1023460

      What approach should be taken to troubleshoot the problem?


      Aidan

      Edited by: user817045 on 21-Feb-2013 02:08

      Edited by: user817045 on 21-Feb-2013 02:32
        • 1. Re: Objects not visible in Map Viewer Display Data with Mouse Moveover
          jsharma
          This is likely a bug.

          Is there an SR filed on this?

          Anyway, the Mapviewer javascript API is being used in OBIEE (not the java bean one).

          Is it a standard obiee map view which has this issue?

          Try the OBIEE Sample App (available on OTN)
          Try Dashboard page 3.3. SF Metrics. There are two layers that can be shown on the map (Revenue and Billed Quantity, and Establishment Revenue).
          Enable both and on hover the Rev & Billed qty info is shown. Uncheck Rev & Billed Qty and only the info for Establishment Revenue is shown on hover or when clicked on.