[HOT] Libya Health Facillity Map
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Mon Jan 9 15:07:21 GMT 2012
2012/1/9 Pierre Béland <infosbelas-gps at yahoo.fr>:
> The World Health Organization (WHO) has asked HOT and the Stand By Task
> Force (SBTF) to activate to map health facilities in in Libya. This should
> be done in a very short period of time.
> For this Task, I have developped a Monitoring Map (Openlayers API) that
> interact with GDoc spreadsheet to facilitate input of information and
> monitoring :
> 1. A GeoRSS overlay containing the GDoc records showing Health Facilities in
> the Registry.
> 2. A function to click on the map to add information about a facility.
> Medical fellows from Libya will then have the possibility to simply add
> information in a GDoc that will later be treated by the Task Force.
> url ->
> This API works fine except for the Switch Mode Form (permuting between
> Navigation and Edit Point Mode).
> Since I don't have enough expertise about events in Openlayers, I request
> your help to fix this problem.
> In the HTML, I have radio buttons
> <div id="controlToggle">
> <input type="radio" name="type" value="none" id="noneToggle"
> onclick="toggleControl(this);" checked="checked" />
> <label for="noneToggle">Navigate</label>
> <input type="radio" name="type" value="point" id="pointToggle"
> onclick="toggleControl(this);" />
> <label for="pointToggle">Add Facility</label>
> the two modes. On the other hand,
> the events.register("click", map, function) opens a popup when we click on
> the map. This should popup only when the Add Facility mode is active.
> I dont succeed in reading status of Controls object. As I understand it,
> there should be an instruction that will let me know if the Controls(point)
> is active.
The page uses .activate(), in the same way ".active" can be used to
check if the control is active. (Controls["point"].active)
Alternatively using plain html dom "if
(document.getElementById('pointToggle').checked) .." should also work?
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