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Defining associations for map charts


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Ensure that maps display correct data by associating specific map regions with matching property values. For example, you can display traffic distribution on a map of New York by associating the map with the New York property value that includes that data.

For a specific map, set a property value that you use in your database for that region. You can provide a full region name, use an abbreviation, or provide a code.

Ensure that you obtain the Maps component from Pega Marketplace. For more information, see Pega Maps.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click Configure Reporting Maps .

  2. In the Map Type field, press the Down arrow key, and then select the map of a specific region.

    To manage associations for countries worldwide, select the World (Countries) map.
  3. In the Class field, press the Down arrow key, and then select the class that you want to associate with the map.

  4. In the Ruleset and Version fields, select the unlocked ruleset and ruleset version in which you want to save the map settings.

  5. In the Property value column, update property values of specific regions.

    For example, for a map of France, you can enter France or FR.
  6. Click Save.

  • Adding maps to reports

    Learn about the geographical distribution of specific events by displaying report data on a map. For example, you can use maps to display data about sales in specific regions, or incidents in specific states, and adjust your marketing strategy accordingly.

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