You need make a geoPoint on QlikSense, use this way: GeoMakePoint().
Indeed, for open street map, it works, but qlik sense uses one point to draw these geo location,
If you can do it from script it works better, on load script create the field geoPoint with the next sintax:
GeomakePoint(Latitude,Longitude) as geoPoint
If you want, before to do the map, create a table to validate than the point be unique.
Next, load the layer for map with geoPoint, and label with the Hotel name. Share to us some data or .qvf to be more helpfull to you
Well - I failed. I was not able to get all the subscribers from the list shown on a Map
Possible Fields are latitude, longitude or GP where I have both coordinates in one field. Further more I have the postcodes in field "Startort" and a field City well as Land or CC with the iso codes. I've put the qvf and a sample xls to a onedrive folder: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AgNAQ7Gmr6x7kZc1SYl98msZy1yStg
thanks for your help!
Hi Florian, I Understand better your problem now, you have so many ways to resolve:
1. Al you need is define a KML with a cities of your country - region; and use de Id of KML to set a layer on OpenStreet Map, it works too with post Code; but it'll not draw points, it draws regions with colors such like this image:
You have loaded KML for your country. you need find others for Cities, and it works fine.
2. You can convert the post codes or adress to lat and long in diferents ways, if you want to use it use this two:
Or use this aplication in QlikView:
In this case you can use points.
3. If finally don't works, change object to an extension with SVG or Google maps. On Qlik Branch you can find it:
There you can download, and install them.
NOTE: If you can generate or find SVG to the map, it works with a better performance.
I hope it helps you.