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ewart asked on 01 Apr 2010, 09:56 AM
what is the best way of specifiying which modes the user is allow to use?  my understanding of the licensing is the birds view mode costs extra $$$ and so I can't show it anyway in my situation, so I'd like to disable it.  I could have sworn I saw how to do this in the documentation somewhere but I don't think it's possible via properties?

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Giuseppe
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answered on 02 Apr 2010, 11:25 AM
Hello ewart,

You can use the RadMap.AllowedCommands property yo achieve the desired effect like this:

RadMap1.AllowedCommands = "Aerial,Road,IsLabelVisible";

This property specifies coma-separated list of the UI commands are allowed. The following commands are currently supported:
  • Road
  • Aerial
  • Birdseye
  • IsLabelVisible.
Null pointer or empty string indicates that all commands are allowed. "None" indicates that all commands are disabled.


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answered on 03 Apr 2010, 12:42 AM
Perfect, I knew I had seen it somewhere, perhaps in a code sample.  Anyway, a note for others - I first applied this an wondered why it made no affect then realised I had used defaultlayout false on my radmap which means this setting has no effect..    maybe some binding updating coiuld fix that.. anyway, if it doesn't work for you then make sure you set it on the individual components :)

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Andrey
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answered on 06 Apr 2010, 10:21 AM
Hello Ewart,

If you set default layout to false, then you, probably use separate instance of the MapCommandBar to show map commands. In this case you can use MapCommandBar property with the same name AllowedCommands to limit commands allowed.

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