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Google address lookup was working for composer with the two groovy service code.

The maestro widget is different components. The input field for address has many new properties apart from groovy service mapping. Any help how to make the same code work in maestro for google address lookup.

 

I did the code changes for id/name of widgets in maestro. The lookup is not working. Please guide

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      Hi,

      Are your Google address components listed in the Palette under 'Google Places'?

      If they are, then you will need to ensure the Transact Manager services for Google Places have been installed in the Organization where you are building your form, and that the Google Places Service Connection has been configured with the correct Endpoint and Auth Key values.

      1. Umakanta Dalai

        Hi Bill,

         Thanks for your response.

        Google addresslookup was working with composer + tm, so Endpoint and Auth Key values and google place is ok in the org.

        dds names are :

        MaestroGoogleAddressLookup
        MaestroGoogleAddressLookupDtls

        Looks the dds code for composer google address lookup is different than maestro version. Where can i get the maestro version of DDS codes(auto complete and address details). Can you please help to get the dds code for maesto version of google address lookup?

      2. Bill Frost

        Hi,

        Your Maestro Palette should specifically say 'Google Places' for the controls:

        And in Transact Manager, you should see these services:

        Under TM's Services/Service Connections menu, you should see 'Google Places'.

        You can request the Google Places components from the Avoka Exchange as detailed in the following link... refer to instructions under 'Access to Packages': Overview of the Avoka Exchange

         

      3. Umakanta Dalai

        Thanks Bill,

        I will verify these things. Can you please verify my DDS code if it will work for maestro Google address lookup. If not, can I get the latest DDS code for maestro google address lookup.

      4. Ben Warner

        This page describes how to request access to the Avoka Exchange components, including the Google Places integration:

        Avoka Exchange Package Listing

         

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      Hi Bill,

      I tested my groovy service , it returns the correct result when i test with hard coded values, But when i hit from maestro from the input parameter to groovy passing null for autocomplete service. Some how the value is not passed to service from UI!!

      1. Bill Frost

        Hi,

        Can you tell me the name of the Groovy service in Transact Manager, and the name of the component you are using from the Palette in Maestro?

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