SEBLOD Importer: Generate geo data 49 Postsmorhinio 5 years ago4TopicHello,I have created a Form & Content Type with following fields:streetcityzipcodecountrylongitudelatitudegeolocation (address to coordinates)If I save the content type, the latitude and longitude data are stored in the database. Now I use the the seblod importer with the following csv fields:streetzipcodecity...The import works fine. But the latitude and longitude data are not stored in the database.Only if I save the content in the backend again, the latitude and longitude data are stored in the database.Is there a workaround, that I get the geo data during the import? 739 PostsOctopoos - Lioneladministrator 5 years ago1Level 1 Hi morhinio, the impprter don't take care of what you are importing. If your CSV file is well formated, the content must be imported. Be sure to have the two columns "longitude" & "latitude" in the CSV file with the good header. regards. Lionel 49 Postsmorhinio 5 years ago0Level 2Hello Lionel,my problem is not the import. That works fine.After the import the longitude & latitude data in the database are: 0.00000000The longitude & latitude data (address to coordinates) should be generated automatically during the import. 739 PostsOctopoos - Lioneladministrator 5 years ago1Level 1 I morhinio, I understand, but it's not implemented. Google map geocoding have some limitations : Users of the free API: 2,500 requests per 24 hour period. 5 requests per second. So depending on the number of items. The only way you have is to calculate coordinates for each points before the import with a ajax script to stay in te limitation of 5 request per seconds. To geocode more than 2500 points by 24 hours you must use multi google accounts with a differents Api key. Have a look to the google API Regards. Lionel 49 Postsmorhinio 5 years ago0Level 2That's what I thought as much.Thanks for your help.