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New version of Spreadsheet Mapper with some cool new features, check it out.
Friday, May 11, 2012 at 11:45 AM. Do you have a spreadsheet of locations that you'd like to see on a map? Here on the Google Earth Outreach team we talk to many nonprofits who use Google Earth and...
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Hi +David Oesch thanks for the feedback. I checked a KML file of the sample data straight from SpreadsheetMapper3 using the KML Validator, and I am seeing 2 errors. The first is a schema constraint violation due to the presence of the <atom:generator ...> tag, which is technically not a supported KML tag, even though it is part of the atom spec. I'll see about either getting this corrected in the validator, or removing it from SpreadsheetMapper. The second error is about the <atom:link ...> tag not containing the correct "ref" attribute. I believe this is an error in the validator, since the spec says that the "ref" attribute is not required, and the KML file does not contain one. I'll check with the experts on this one and get back to you. Are you seeing other errors in addition to the ones above? Thanks!
 
IMHO, no. If the 2 errors are corrected, the KML will work in our system. So far, GLADOS was always our benchamrk regarding OGC...do you have another tool?
 
Ok, thanks David. I'll work on getting those corrected so the KML from Spreadsheet Mapper 3 passes the Glados KML validator. In the mean time, if you remove the <atom: ... > tags from inside the <Document> tag (3rd line) of the KML files produced by Spreadsheet Mapper, they should pass validate just fine.
 
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