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GPS, Location API and Calling Web Services - Day 3 - Part 10

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Each Windows Phone 7 includes a Global Positioning System (GPS) that allows the phone to determine the latitude and longitude of the device. In this video, we first look at a special part of the Windows Phone 7 API to access the Geo Location information. Then, once we have the coordinates, we call a Web Service—a "method hosted on a web server," which when given the coordinates will return the city, state, and country names—and we use this to display the location of the device on screen.

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  • Bob -- Thanks for such a great series of videos

    I had an issue getting the example to run kepts getting errors when adding the Service Reference like mentioed in the video... I did 2 things that fixed it, not sure if both were needed or not - I didn't think to debug it more.

    1) I updated to the Oct, 2010 Update for Windows Phone

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=49b9d0c5-6597-4313-912a-f0cca9c7d277

    2) I added the Service Reference using the wsdl page and not the .asmx page:

    http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL

    I hope this helps

    Scott

     

  • Thanks for the feedback!  I too had trouble -- even when recording this video -- in getting the web service to work reliably.  I think I may have alluded to this during the recordings.  If it didn't work the first time, I would try with a fresh project and that would usually fix it.

  • HemboHembo

    Thanks for some great videoes, but I'm kinda stuck on this one!
    When I press the "Go" button when adding the Web Service, it goes:
    "Please wait for service information to be downloaded or click Stop",and nothing happens.
    What am I doing wrong here?
     
    Thanks,
    H.

  • HemboHembo

    Woops; after 5 minutes this errormessage came:
     
    There was an error downloading 'http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx'.The operation has timed outMetadata contains a reference that cannot be resolved: 'http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx'.The HTTP request to 'http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx' has exceeded the allotted timeout of 00:00:00. The time allotted to this operation may have been a portion of a longer timeout.If the service is defined in the current solution, try building the solution and adding the service reference again.

  • @spier: Thanks a lot for these tipps. I couldn't get the Service Reference to build, even in a clean fresh project. Yout tipps did the trick. Smiley

  • Shelbymooreshelby Where's my Dr. Pepper?

    I also tried and tried to get the service to work with no luck, none of the posted suggestions worked for me. So I decided to see if I could do this another way. I ran across Yahoo's PlaceFinder, it is implemented a little different in that it is a REST web service. More info can be found here:

    Yahoo! PlaceFinder Guide

    I should point out I am an Absolute Beginner, thus why I am watching this series, so if there is a better way todo this I would love the insight. Here is the code I came up with:

    private void myButton_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
            {
                GeoCoordinateWatcher myWatcher = new GeoCoordinateWatcher();
    
                var myPosition = myWatcher.Position;
    
                string latitude = "47.674";
                string longitude = "-122.12";
    
                if (!myPosition.Location.IsUnknown)
                {
                    latitude = myPosition.Location.Latitude.ToString();
                    longitude = myPosition.Location.Latitude.ToString();
                }
    
                    Uri uri = new Uri("http://where.yahooapis.com/geocode?&gflags=R&location=" + latitude + "+" + longitude);
    
                    WebClient wc = new WebClient();
                    wc.DownloadStringCompleted += OnDownloadStringCompleted;
                    wc.DownloadStringAsync(uri);
            }
    
            private void OnDownloadStringCompleted(object sender, DownloadStringCompletedEventArgs args)
            {
                if (args.Error == null)
                {
                    XDocument xdoc = XDocument.Parse(args.Result);
                    //Get the City
                    myTextBlock.Text = xdoc.Element("ResultSet").Element("Result").Element("city").Value.ToString();
                    //Get the State
                    //myTextBlock.Text = xdoc.Element("ResultSet").Element("Result").Element("state").Value.ToString();
                    //Get the City, State, Zip
                    //myTextBlock.Text = xdoc.Element("ResultSet").Element("Result").Element("line2").Value.ToString();
                    //Get the Country
                    //myTextBlock.Text = xdoc.Element("ResultSet").Element("Result").Element("country").Value.ToString();
                }
            }

    You will need to add a reference to your project for System.Xml.Linq so that you can parse the XML data that is returned from Yahoo. And if you plan on using this as a solution you will need to get a developer ID from Yahoo to use it, refer to the link above about this.

    I do like the flexibility of the XML returned and that I can grab just the city or state. Hopefully this will help someone else out struggling with the Microsoft Service. 

    ****NOTE**** the code block seems to be messing up my Uri address. It should be:

    Uri uri = new Uri("http://where.yahooapis.com/geocode?&gflags=R&location=" + latitude + "+" + longitude);

    -Shelby

  • VinceVince

    Thanks for the vids but I'm stuck with this one. I cannot find any way to use the TerraService webservice. I get these ugly errors. The trick of spier did't work for me! I tried with a fresh project and it still does't work. Anyone can share a new trick? or explain why it 's so complicated to reference the webservice?
    thanks
    Vince

  • mooreshelby, you'v got a string syntax error in your code...mooreshelby, you'v got a string syntax error in your code...

    you shoud escape the second quote in the Uri's cunstructor

  • KeeganKeegan

    I just want to first say thanks for the videos Bob! They are very helpful. But I too am stuck with this one. I have tried all of the "tricks" but none are working. There is one error that says there are no endpoints of Silverlight 3, could there be an issue since I am working with Silverlight 4?

  • KeeganKeegan

    @spier: Don't know how I missed yours, but that worked.
     
    But now my latitude and longitude are not changing :S help?
     
    <code>
        private void button1_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)        {            GeoCoordinateWatcher myWatcher = new GeoCoordinateWatcher();            var myPosition = myWatcher.Position;            double latitude = 0.0;            double longitude = 0.0;            if (!myPosition.Location.IsUnknown)            {                latitude = myPosition.Location.Latitude;                longitude = myPosition.Location.Longitude;            }            textBlock2.Text = latitude + ":" + longitude;            myTerraService.TerraServiceSoapClient client = new myTerraService.TerraServiceSoapClient();            client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted += new EventHandler<myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs>(client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted);            client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceAsync(new myTerraService.LonLatPt { Lat = latitude, Lon = longitude });        }        void client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted(object sender, myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs e)        {            textBlock1.Text = e.Result;            // throw new NotImplementedException();        }
    </code>

  • @spier: Don't know how I missed yours, but that worked.   But now my latitude and longitude are not changing Perplexed help? 

    private void button1_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
            {
                GeoCoordinateWatcher myWatcher = new GeoCoordinateWatcher();
    
                GeoCoordinate myPosition = myWatcher.Position.Location;
    
                double latitude = 0.0;
                double longitude = 0.0;
    
                if (!myPosition.IsUnknown)
                {
                    latitude = myPosition.Latitude;
                    longitude = myPosition.Longitude;
                }
                textBlock2.Text = latitude + ":" + longitude;
    
                myTerraService.TerraServiceSoapClient client = new myTerraService.TerraServiceSoapClient();
    
                client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted += new EventHandler<myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs>(client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted);
    
                client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceAsync(new myTerraService.LonLatPt { Lat = latitude, Lon = longitude });
    
            }
    
            void client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted(object sender, myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs e)
            {
                textBlock1.Text = e.Result;
                // throw new NotImplementedException();
            }

  • Saji AbrahamSaji Abraham

    On the phone device, I was unable to get the GeoCoordinateWatcher class to work as shown in the video. Rather, I had to use:
    watcher =new GeoCoordinateWatcher();
    watcher.PositionChanged +=new EventHandler<GeoPositionChangedEventArgs<GeoCoordinate>>(watcher_PositionChanged);
    watcher.Start(); // TryStart works too.
    void watcher_PositionChanged(object sender, GeoPositionChangedEventArgs<GeoCoordinate> e)
    {
    var myPosition = watcher.Position;
    watcher.Stop(); 
    ... 
    }

  • Di LiviusDi Livius

    [quote]
    Nov 17, 2010 at 12:24 PM, spier wrote
    Bob -- Thanks for such a great series of videos
    I had an issue getting the example to run kepts getting errors when adding the Service Reference like mentioed in the video... I did 2 things that fixed it, not sure if both were needed or not - I didn't think to debug it more.
    1) I updated to the Oct, 2010 Update for Windows Phone
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=49b9d0c5-6597-4313-912a-f0cca9c7d277
    2) I added the Service Reference using the wsdl page and not the .asmx page:
    http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL
    I hope this helps
    Scott
     

    [/quote]
    Thanks Bob!
    The spier's solution worked for me! 

  • enkaraenkara

    Is this for the whole world or only for the US?

  • I got mine working after closing VS and instead of using the .asmx address I ued the

    http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL

    And it worked fine. Pretty cool feature, although just looking at the code is a bit confusing.

  • I had issues with wavy lines under the 'myTerraService' and 'TerraServiceSoapClient' not changing.

  • Jaguma GamesJaguma The only epicly awesome person to fail at succeeding to fail at succeeding.

    I got it to work by simply by deleting all my service references, restarting visual studio, opening my current project and adding it.

    Job done  Tongue Out

  • PhilPhil

    Bob,
    Thanks for the video.
    I've been developing in VS for some years and these processes come and go in the fog but I really appreciate your simple clear discussions. Your analogy of throwing a web service request across the fence and receiving the response back across the fence at some unknown future time paints a clear mental picture of what's really happening in a asynchronous web service call.
    Thanks again for your efforts in making these somewhat complicated concepts easy to understand and remember.
     

  • PaulPaul

    This has been a really useful video series thus far, but I'm stuck on this one.
    Is anyone else having problems actually accessing the terraservice right now? I can't actually navigate my browser to msrmaps.com, let alone access the webservice in VS. Is the service still live?
    Thanks again for the videos, 
    Paul

  • Hi all,

     

    The concept of adding service reference in order to consume web service is the same if I try to access System.Speech API right? But how should I do it?? Which url is the one to speech recognition? I have been looking for it for a few days but can't find any..I am not sure whether its because I misunderstand or there's other way of doing it as I saw some web pages talking about WCF services..

    Thanks in advance for any ideas or point me to right direction.

  • IdanIdan

    Hi , Im new with this ,
    Im Stuck on this one ,
    After adding the teraservice from the url as new service reference , I got few errors and warnnings :

    Error 6 Custom tool error: Failed to generate code for the service reference 'myTera'. Please check other error and warning messages for details. References\myTera\Reference.svcmap 1 1 GeoLocationD3_L10

    Warning 2 Custom tool warning: Cannot import wsdl:binding
    Detail: There was an error importing a wsdl:portType that the wsdl:binding is dependent on.
    XPath to wsdl:portType: //wsdl:definitions[@targetNamespace='http://msrmaps.com/']/wsdl:portType[@name='TerraServiceSoap']
    XPath to Error Source: //wsdl:definitions[@targetNamespace='http://msrmaps.com/']/wsdl:binding[@name='TerraServiceSoap'] GeoLocationD3_L10



  • idanidan

     it works fine at the Visual Express for windows phone , Wirdly it has the error problem I published at the privious comment at the Visual Studio Ultimat IDE .
    any sugestions ?

  • Hi Bob,

    how do we make sure that our app does not crash when the TerraService is down?

    I'm getting EndPointNotFoundException whenever the Web service is down. The exception is thrown in publicMyApp.myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceResponseEndConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlace(System.IAsyncResult result) which is in Reference.cs file. That means the exception is thrown before we even get to void client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted(object sender, myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs e).

    How do we handle such an exception? Thank you in advance.

     

     

  • jriverojrivero

    @spier: That did the trick...thanks...!

  • Actually, the issue of this WebService is with Microsoft.Phone namespace. If @spier trick doesn't work for you then try this guys; 

    While you're adding the service, go to the Advance tab below the namespace field and Uncheck the "Reuse types in referenced assemblies" and select OK.

    It should work. =)

  • VeskuVesku

    spier's solution didn't work for me, but this did (don't know if restarting had any role in it).

    I restarted Visual Studio. After that, I right-clicked "myTerraService" in the Solution Expolorer and selected "Update Service Reference".

    That got rid of the warnings and the error.

  • [quote

    While you're adding the service, go to the Advance tab below the namespace field and Uncheck the "Reuse types in referenced assemblies" and select OK.

    [/quote]

    This one worked for me with this url: http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL

    Thx for your help as I was doubting on myself Perplexed

     

  • silverx10silverx10 Let's play.

    @Mintydog:Thanks a lot! Though spier had mentioned the WDSL portion of it earlier, it wasn't until I restarted VS that it worked out. Much obliged for the post!

  • Just tried to add the Service Reference (with ?WSDL)...and restarted VS and get:

    There was an error downloading 'http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL'.
    The request failed with HTTP status 403: Forbidden.
    Metadata contains a reference that cannot be resolved: 'http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL'.
    Metadata contains a reference that cannot be resolved: 'http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL'.
    If the service is defined in the current solution, try building the solution and adding the service reference again.

    Anyone else still successful at adding the reference?

     

    ...I know Bing Maps has an option, but you need an API key for that...which I have...may just try that route.

  • May help others too...has Bing geo location services:

    http://www.dizzey.com/development/net/getting-started-windows-phone-7-getting-location-reverse-geocoding-weather/

  • G CupertinoG Cupertino

    Hi Bob, thanks for the excelente videos...

    The code seems to work fine... but I am getting a wrong location... I am in UK and I am getting the following location 742 km SE of Abidjan,, Cote dlvoire... Any idea? thank you.

  • I really enjoy this video series. FInally a video series that actually works (with minor modifications).

    I ran into several problems getting the GPS to work; finally, I re-installed the Windows Phone 7.1 SDK into my Visual Studio 2010 Professional x64 and this GPS things works.

    I obtained the Windows 7.1 SDK from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/home/default.aspx which provided a link to the download. If you are having problems, re-install your Windows 7.1 SKD as the RTM version does not work... This process resolved my issues, I hope it works for you too.

    Mejamz

  • NOTE: I also installed 2 other reference packs; Microsoft.Phone.Controls and Microsoft.Phone.Controls.Maps

  • This comment has been redacted

  • @G Cupertino: I get the same location returned and I live in the USA. I believe it is a default location to simulate a working program; when I set the corrdinates to Microsoft in Redmond Washington, the app resolves correctly as mentioned in my postings.

  • Another possible resolve for the GPS is after creating the service reference, save, close and reopen the solution. Then right click on the new service reference and select update service reference... this has worked in VS 2010 Pro x64 once so far.

  • Phil KearneyPhil_Kearney Me :)
    @Arafat - I had the same problem as everyone else, your tip worked. Thanks.
  • Wayne RussellWayne Russell

    Hi Bob

    A great set of videos :-)

    I was able to to get the myTerraService to resolve the errors by right clicking on myTerrService and selecting "Update Service Reference"

    Wayne

  • MohsinMohsin

    Bob can you please send me the web service which will be helpful for me in order to know the complete address of the user's current location?

    The web service you told us to use over here is through longitude and lattitude is retrieving the name of the city and state only.

  • SobinScottSobinScott

    Only mooreshelby's solution worked for me! Thanks man...

  • ThanosThanos

    Great videos Bob! I had issues too with this one but I followed this one and it runs like a charm now:

    @Mejamz
    <Another possible resolve for the GPS is after creating the service reference, save, close and reopen the solution. Then right click on the new service reference and select update service reference... this has worked in VS 2010 Pro x64 once so far.>

    Thanks, worked for me.

  • shafattackshafattack

    I changed the file name to the WDSL one spiers said 'http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL'then ran it - it complained about a '{A4CACFEE-4F0A-4996-975D-8B5B30F9BABD}.dess' file that was corrupt and said to remove it.
    Once I had renamed it '_{A4CACFEE-4F0A-4996-975D-8B5B30F9BABD}.dess' (which I do in case i delete the wrong file and need it back!) it stopped showing errors!
    It is sitting in the 'ProgramData\Microsoft\XDE' folder. Maybe some of you can try that.

    Having said that. I could not get the longitude and latitude in the following as it didn't accept it so i left it blank and it told me i was 742km se of Abidjan Cote D'voire Africa! I am in London Uk! So something not quite right here. Any help why i got this wrong?
    pls see below.

    client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceAsync(new myTerraService.LonLatPt()); // will not accept parameters long or lat.
    //------------------------------------
    GeoCoordinateWatcher myWatcher = new GeoCoordinateWatcher();
    //add object variable.
    var myPosition = myWatcher.Position;

    double Longitude = 47.674;
    double Latitude = -122.12;

    if (!myPosition.Location.IsUnknown)
    {
    Latitude = myPosition.Location.Latitude;
    Longitude = myPosition.Location.Longitude;
    }

    myTerraService.TerraServiceSoapClient client = new myTerraService.TerraServiceSoapClient();

    client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted += new EventHandler<myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs>(client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted);


    client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceAsync(new myTerraService.LonLatPt()); // this is wrong! gave up!


    }

    void client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted(object sender, myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs e)
    {
    //throw new NotImplementedException();
    textBlock1.Text = e.Result;
    }

    }

    //------------------------------------

  • EdwardEdward

    This stuck me too. And I tried http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL . At first, it did not work. Then I restarted my vs2010, I just made it. Amazing and puzzling.

  • AtcoldAtcold

    Firstly I have the common error which has been solved by restarting Visual Studio and updating the service.
    Secondly, I run the app on a Nokia Lumia 710, but no GPS coordinates are retrieved. It keeps showing me "Redmond, Washington, United States". Do I have just to wait more? Re-click on the Find Me button? How do I know if the GPS is ON and if the app is trying to retrieve the coordinates?
    Many thanks indeed to anyone who can answer me.

  • NateDoggNateDogg

    Yeah this totaly stuck me!! Sad and very frustrating! Tryed to get it by doing it four different times and using all the different fixes! sigh :/

  • Jan 21, 2011 at 12:10 AM, Mintydog wrote

    I got mine working after closing VS and instead of using the .asmx address I ued the

    http://msrmaps.com/TerraService2.asmx?WSDL

    And it worked fine. Pretty cool feature, although just looking at the code is a bit confusing. Anyway, I had the problem that no coordinates were retrieved. But...

    I've to say that this comment helped me a lot for adding the Service Reference.

    Dec 28, 2010 at 11:18 AM, Saji Abraham wrote

    On the phone device, I was unable to get the GeoCoordinateWatcher class to work as shown in the video. Rather, I had to use:
    watcher =new GeoCoordinateWatcher();
    watcher.PositionChanged +=new EventHandler<GeoPositionChangedEventArgs<GeoCoordinate>>(watcher_PositionChanged);
    watcher.Start(); // TryStart works too.
    void watcher_PositionChanged(object sender, GeoPositionChangedEventArgs<GeoCoordinate> e)
    {
    var myPosition = watcher.Position;
    watcher.Stop(); 
    ... 
    }

    This second post solve the other problem. Hence, for sake of clarity, I am posting here my full code in order to give to everybody the possibility of having a working program.

     

    <Button Content="Find Me" Height="72" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="290,135,0,0" Name="button1" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="160" Click="button1_Click" />
    <TextBlock Height="30" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="6,6,0,0" Name="myPositionTextBlock" Text="" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="444" />
    <TextBlock Height="30" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="6,42,0,0" Name="myLatitudeTextBlock" Text="" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="444" />
    <TextBlock Height="30" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="6,78,0,0" Name="myLongitudeTextBlock" Text="" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="444" />

     

    GeoCoordinateWatcher myWatcher = new GeoCoordinateWatcher();private void button1_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)        {                        // Added lines of code            myWatcher.PositionChanged += new EventHandler<GeoPositionChangedEventArgs<GeoCoordinate>>(myWatcher_PositionChanged);            myWatcher.Start();            myLongitudeTextBlock.Text = myLatitudeTextBlock.Text = myPositionTextBlock.Text = "";        }        void myWatcher_PositionChanged(object sender, GeoPositionChangedEventArgs<GeoCoordinate> e)        {            var myPosition = myWatcher.Position;            myWatcher.Stop();            double latitude = 0;            double longitude = 0;            if (!myPosition.Location.IsUnknown)            {                latitude = myPosition.Location.Latitude;                longitude = myPosition.Location.Longitude;            }            myLatitudeTextBlock.Text = string.Format("Latitude: {0}", latitude);            myLongitudeTextBlock.Text = string.Format("Longitude: {0}", longitude);            myTerraService.TerraServiceSoapClient client = new myTerraService.TerraServiceSoapClient();            client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted += new EventHandler<myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs>(client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted);            client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceAsync(new myTerraService.LonLatPt { Lat = latitude, Lon = longitude });            //throw new NotImplementedException();        }        void client_ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompleted(object sender, myTerraService.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceCompletedEventArgs e)        {            myPositionTextBlock.Text = e.Result;            //throw new NotImplementedException();        }

  • jongjong

    You need to add myWatcher.Start() to start the watcher. otherwise, you'll always get the default location. Remember to stop it afterwards.

  • TrajceKocevTrajceKocev

    Hello Bob.Thanks for the wonderful series of videos. I have problem loading the LonLatPt from myTeraService

    client.ConvertLonLatPtToNearestPlaceAsync(new myTerraService.LonLatPt { Lat = geo.Latitude, Lon = geo.Longitude });

    The code I have written works perfectly fine but it just give me one error :

    Error 3 The type or namespace name 'LonLatPt' does not exist in the namespace 'Splendor.myTerraService' (are you missing an assembly reference?) C:\Users\Kocev\Desktop\Mobile Splendor1\Splendor\Splendor\MainPage.xaml.cs 78 80 Splendor


  • Piyush AroraPiyush Arora

    Works perfectly. Had some problem previously running the code but then i tried restarting VS and then updating myTerraService by Right Clicking on it. Though it seems that MSR Maps have been shut down since 1st of May as it is written on the website. Also i am not from US so it gives me weird Location.

    Thanx Bob and great Video Series.

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