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Abdullah Ahmed
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Abdullah Ahmed asked on 13 May 2010, 02:10 PM
Before I begin I should mention I am using the trial version of Silverlight 4 controls with visual studio 2010. I followed the directions on the telerik blog (http://blogs.telerik.com/vesselingeorgiev/posts/09-12-19/telerik_radmap_for_silverlight_openstreetmap_provider.aspx) and ran my code but no tiles show.

I also tried the sample project linked in the above blog post, but still no tiles show. I do get to see the telerik control + zoom, pan and map mode UI elements but no tiles. The trial control also displays the 'trial version' overlay which disappears after I click on the control.

However, in visual studio in the xaml preview the map tiles always show (see attached screenshots). 

First Screenshot : Visual Studio XAML Preview + Xaml code for the sample project.
Second Screenshot: Running with the trial version overlay, no tiles. 
Third Screenshot: After clicking on the control, the trial overlay disappears but still no tiles.

What could I be doing wrong or missing?

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Andrey
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answered on 13 May 2010, 03:37 PM
Hi Abdullah,

According to your screenshots you use old version of Silverlight controls. Please download latest build.
The control does not display tiles because your startup project is RadMap_OpenStreetMap, but it should be the RadMap_OpenStreetMap.Web project.
So, you start the html file like to \RadMap_OpenStreetMap\Bin\Debug\TestPage.html, but in this case the security policy does not allow to download data from Web.

Sincerely yours,
Andrey Murzov
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answered on 13 May 2010, 07:36 PM
Thanks for the prompt reply. That was indeed a stupid mistake :) I`ll try it out in the evening today.

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Abdullah
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