When showing callouts programmatically, it might make sense to show more than one callout. Unless there is a way to show multiple features highlighted at the same time - that could be a workaround if this idea is already in place. I don't know if there is a way to highlight features.
Here is one case that might be worth considering. We have a tableView on one page. We have a mapView on the other page. The tableView contains records that correspond to graphics on the mapView. The user selects multiple records in the tableView then switches to the mapView to see the corresponding graphics either with callouts or the graphics are highlighted.
Thank you for your help, Nimesh. I may ask later for an example of how this might be done in code. For now I am using a callout. The callout should work since I only need one callout at a time. I will post a new thread about the callout since I have not been able to get it working.
Hi, I have a situation where I query a service and whatever results(Point features only) are returned should be shown on the map. I have achieved this by putting the results into graphics and then in a graphic layer. However when these features appear on a map I want a label or a callout over all of them displaying a attribute(in this case just a name). How do I achieve this? Regards, Nigel.