Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Re: Reading a local KML file in GWT?

What about using kml file into a ClientBundle  like this.

public interface MyResources extends ClientBundle {
  public static final MyResources INSTANCE =  GWT.create(MyResources.class);

  public TextResource myKml();


than you can access the data with


On Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 3:17:48 PM UTC+2, mohit wrote:
I am trying to render KML layers on a google map in GWT. I have set up the geoxml.js file in my host html as : 

<script type="text/javascript" src="geoxml3.js"></script>

public final native JavaScriptObject createKmlParser(JavaScriptObject mapId) /*-{
var myParser = new $wnd.geoXML3.parser({
map : mapId
return myParser;

public final native void showKml(JavaScriptObject parser, String kml) /*-{

public final native void hideKml(JavaScriptObject parser) /*-{

public void setupKmlLayer(final MapWidget mapWidget) {
final JavaScriptObject jsoParser = createKmlParser(mapWidget.getJso());
try {
showKml(jsoParser, "cta.kml");
} catch (final JavaScriptException jse) {
Window.alert("javascript exception");

But I am always getting : javascript exception, the last line above.

Where should I put this cta.kml so that it gets picked up correctly??

Is there a better way to apply layers using local KML files.


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