Hi,

I want to display additional data of gpx in popup like kml extended data. How can i do this using gpx?

asked 28 Nov '16, 13:04

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Could you explain what your question has to do with OpenStreetMap?

(28 Nov '16, 13:55) SimonPoole ♦
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Is this question about uMap?

(28 Nov '16, 14:24) scai ♦

I want to plot route on OpenStreetMap using GPX. And when i click on plotted route at particular point pop-up will open and display location, speed and time which is present in gpx file on that point.

(29 Nov '16, 05:24) Amithanwate

I don't want to use any software. I want to use jsp and html and display on it. I had already plot path on OSM using gpx.But popup will not show proper information.

(29 Nov '16, 06:23) Amithanwate
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No software at all? How are you displaying your map? Do you use Leaflet or OpenLayers?

(30 Nov '16, 11:39) scai ♦
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@Amithanwate Can you try and add a lot more detail to what you are asking above? We seem to be playing "twenty questions" here.

(30 Nov '16, 13:02) SomeoneElse ♦
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You can accomplish the essence of what you want using GPSPrune excepting the point info is at the top right box of screen. Selecting the earth icon displays the OSM.

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answered 29 Nov '16, 06:05

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edited 29 Nov '16, 06:09

Thank you for reply. But i don't want to use any software. I want to use jsp and html and display on it. I had already plot path on OSM using gpx.But popup will not show proper information.

(29 Nov '16, 06:17) Amithanwate
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