In BRIDGE, in your point of sale's settings, you entered an address that allows your point of sale to be located on Google Maps.
To change this location, log in to BRIDGE:
- In the "points of sale" tab, edit your point of sale to check the data entered for it.
- Geolocation takes place if at least one of the following three fields is completed: Address line 1, Postcode and City. For accurate geolocation, complete these fields as follows:
- Address line 1*: street number and name without abbreviations.
Example of correct entry: 14 chemin des lilas / 2bis avenue Leon Bloom
Example of incorrect entry: Lilas Shopping Centre / Les Landes Industrial Park: information such as "Industrial Estate", "Retail Park", shopping centre, store number or cedex is not compatible with browser location services and must therefore be entered in Address line 2.
- Postcode:The postcode (if there is one) allows the location to be defined more accurately
- City: Specify the city without any additional information such as the district or cedex (already completed thanks to the postcode)
Examples of incorrect entry: Lyon cedex, Paris 08, Paris 8ème, etc.
- Click on Locate this address
If the dot is now correctly located, click on "Save changes". Alternatively, manually position the red cursor on the map and click on "Save changes".
- Do the latitude/longitude coordinates fail to change automatically when you modify the coordinates or move the cursor on the map?
You must click on "save" to enable Google, or ESRI if using a different type of map, to update the GPS data according to the cursor's new position.
This lag between the data in BRIDGE and the calculation of GPS coordinates stems from the fact that BRIDGE uses this data but does not generate it. The data is calculated by the browser. We would like to offer users the option of viewing these GPS coordinates, even if they cannot be modified directly.