ZennoLab Assemblies Documentation
SetGeoposition Method
ZennoLab.CommandCenter Namespace > Instance Class : SetGeoposition Method

Type: System.Double

The position's latitude in decimal degrees.

Type: System.Double

The position's longitude in decimal degrees.

Type: System.Double

The accuracy of the latitude and longitude, expressed in meters.

Type: System.Double

The position's altitude in metres, relative to sea level. The default value is 0.

Type: System.Double

The accuracy of the altitude expressed in meters. The default value is 0.

Type: System.Double

The direction in which the device is traveling. This value, specified in degrees, 0 degrees represents true north, and the direction is determined clockwise (which means that east is 90 degrees and west is 270 degrees). The default value is 0.

Type: System.Double

The velocity of the device in meters per second. The default value is 0.

Sets the geoposition coordinates and enables it for websites.
Syntax

Parameters

latitude

Type: System.Double

The position's latitude in decimal degrees.

longitude

Type: System.Double

The position's longitude in decimal degrees.

accuracy

Type: System.Double

The accuracy of the latitude and longitude, expressed in meters.

altitude

Type: System.Double

The position's altitude in metres, relative to sea level. The default value is 0.

altitudeAccuracy

Type: System.Double

The accuracy of the altitude expressed in meters. The default value is 0.

heading

Type: System.Double

The direction in which the device is traveling. This value, specified in degrees, 0 degrees represents true north, and the direction is determined clockwise (which means that east is 90 degrees and west is 270 degrees). The default value is 0.

speed

Type: System.Double

The velocity of the device in meters per second. The default value is 0.

Requirements

Target Platforms: Desktop: Windows XP SP3 and older. Server: Windows Server 2003 and older.

See Also

Reference

Instance Class
Instance Members