Enabling a maps license
The desktop universal client, Admin console, and Android mobile client will not show location maps without action on your part. To display location maps on these interfaces, you must follow the procedures in this topic.
The following images illustrate an example in which a map is not shown if a maps license is not enabled.
Contact area with map block shown
Contact area with map block hidden
Options for obtaining a Google Maps license
|Obtain a license directly from Google||Obtain a license through BMC Support|
By using this method, you contact Google directly to arrange an API licensing option based on your expected usage.
This method allows you to:
To use this method, see in the Google documentation.
If you use this method, BMC Support registers your host URL with Google and provides a license key for you to use.
To use this method, you must submit a support request with the following information:
Note: If you use this method, be sure to allow sufficient lead time for BMC Support to contact Google and register your host URL.
To use this method, see .
BMC MyIT and Smart IT can share the same Google Maps API license. Register the server location (country) and host URL of both applications under the same account. Then enable the license in the appropriate server configuration files.
To enable the Google Maps license
Obtain a license key as explained in Options for obtaining a Google Maps license.
BMC Support refers to the license key as your Client ID.
- From the BMC Administration Console (http://server:port/ux/admin), select More > Configuration > Map API Configuration.
Enter the following information, and then click Save:
Field Description Value in production environment Value in a nonproduction environment Google Maps API Key Enter the API key. Leave blank.
API key that you received from Google.
Google Maps API Client ID Enter the license key. License key that you received from Google or from BMC. Leave blank. Google Maps API Encryption Key (Optional) If you obtained your license directly from Google, your welcome letter from Google includes a cryptographic signing key, which you can use to generate unique signatures for your web service requests. Cryptographic signing key that you received from Google. Cryptographic signing key that you received from Google.
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