Configuring a Store Location


Navigate to: Stores and Reps > Store Locations > "Edit" action

This feature allows a user to specify the stores on Google maps. Users can easily find stores near to their location and get directions to the nearest Store.

  1. Edit the Store Location details
  2. Save progress using the "Save" button
  3. The page reloads with action confirmation.
  4. The store Location is now edited.

Technical Details


The Google Maps JavaScript API is used to display maps and customize maps with their own content and imagery.

The Google Maps Geocoding API is a service that provides geocoding and reverses geocoding of addresses i.e. it converts addresses into geographical coordinates and vice-versa.

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Google API Key needs to be provided on the web. config file for the webstore as well as Admin. Without this, the Store Locator functionality will not work.

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How to Generate a google API Key

Go to

  1. Create a Project
  2. Go to Navigation Menu >> APIs & Services >> Library
  3. Maps (View all)
  4. Enable the following APIs
    1. Maps JavaScript API
    2. Direction API
    3. GeoCoding API
    4. Geolocation API
    5. Places API
  5. Go to Navigation Menu >> APIs & Services >> Credentials
  6. Create Credentials >> API Key
  7. Restrict Key by setting Application Restrictions >> HTTP refers (websites)
  8. API Restrictions >> Restrict Key >> Save

Available Store Location Details

Store Detail



Enter the corresponding Store to your new store location

Store Location Name

Store location name as displayed to Customer

Store Location code

Enter the Store location code

Complete address of Store

Enter the Store address with a location

Phone Number

The phone number for the store

Fax Number

The fax number for the store

Contact Name

The contact name for the store

Display Order

The number that affects the display order of store search results with multiple results on the Store Finder. The lowest number weight appears first.


Uses Media Explorer to locate and associate store image

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