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Hi - my login doesn't work all of a sudden - who do I contact?
Hello - I thought this module was being adjusted to use Heroku instead of requring the installation of Node.js on a local machine.     Curious if that is still planned?
I am receiving this error message:
Step Not yet complete... here's what's wrong: 
An update to a Battle Station record with Weapon Status of 'Fully Operational' failed to post a Chatter message to the record. Make sure that the process is configured correctly and that it is activated. 
Note: you may run into errors if you've skipped previous steps.

The Validation rule is correct, the "Project Status' field update occurs correctly, the post is made to the chatter feed of the record (mine and the SF record that is used to verify the step) - and yet I get the error.
How should I troubleshoot this?
Hello - I thought this module was being adjusted to use Heroku instead of requring the installation of Node.js on a local machine.     Curious if that is still planned?
So as I always like to start each conversation, I consider myself a freshman to sophmore developer.  I'm digging in and trying to learn so I very much appreciate all the help!

In the Salesforce1 Workbook, they talk about the Enchanced Warehouse Schema app that you can install onto an org and then build out a visualforce page to utilize the googleMapsAPI static resource (which is a javascript).  On my first "sample" Org I installed the the package and I can successfully run the pre-packaged Completed_FindNearbyWarehousesPage.

So far so good.

Now..since I'm a glutton for punishment, and I really am trying to learn the "guts"...I wanted to build this out manually in a second test Org. 

I created my Warehouse object and the necessary fields. 

I then uploaded the googleMpasAPI javascript as a static resource. 

Next I built out a visualforce page simply called FindNearbyWarehoursePage. 

However, on the org where I tried to build out manually vs. installing the package, my VF page doesn't return anything.  However on the org where I installed the package, the page resolves to my current location.

Now...for the details......

First...my class, FindNearby.
global with sharing class FindNearby {

    public FindNearby(ApexPages.StandardSetController controller) { }

    // Find warehouses nearest a geolocation
    global static List<Warehouse__c> getNearby(String lat, String lon){
        // If geolocation isn't set, use San Francisco, CA 
        if(lat == null || lon == null || lat.equals('') || lon.equals('')){
            lat = '37.77493';
            lon = '-122.419416';
        // SOQL query to get the nearest warehouses
        String queryString = 
           'SELECT Id, Name, Location__Longitude__s, Location__Latitude__s, ' + 
               'Street_Address__c, Phone__c, City__c ' + 
           'FROM Warehouse__c ' +
           'WHERE DISTANCE(Location__c, GEOLOCATION('+lat+','+lon+'), \'mi\') < 20 ' +
           'ORDER BY DISTANCE(Locatoin__c, GEOLOCATION('+lat+','+lon+'), \'mi\') ' +           
           'LIMIT 10';
           // Run and return the query results
Next up...my googleMapsAPI javascript that I uploaded as a static resource.
window.google = window.google || {};
google.maps = google.maps || {};
(function() {
  function getScript(src) {
    document.write('<' + 'script src="' + src + '"' +
                   ' type="text/javascript"><' + '/script>');
  var modules = google.maps.modules = {};
  google.maps.__gjsload__ = function(name, text) {
    modules[name] = text;
  google.maps.Load = function(apiLoad) {
    delete google.maps.Load;
    apiLoad([0.009999999776482582,[[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/vt?lyrs=m@229000000\u0026src=api\u0026hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/vt?lyrs=m@229000000\u0026src=api\u0026hl=en-US\u0026"],null,null,null,null,"m@229000000"],[["https://khms0.googleapis.com/kh?v=135\u0026hl=en-US\u0026","https://khms1.googleapis.com/kh?v=135\u0026hl=en-US\u0026"],null,null,null,1,"135"],[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/vt?lyrs=h@229000000\u0026src=api\u0026hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/vt?lyrs=h@229000000\u0026src=api\u0026hl=en-US\u0026"],null,null,null,null,"h@229000000"],[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/vt?lyrs=t@131,r@229000000\u0026src=api\u0026hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/vt?lyrs=t@131,r@229000000\u0026src=api\u0026hl=en-US\u0026"],null,null,null,null,"t@131,r@229000000"],null,null,[["https://cbks0.googleapis.com/cbk?","https://cbks1.googleapis.com/cbk?"]],[["https://khms0.googleapis.com/kh?v=81\u0026hl=en-US\u0026","https://khms1.googleapis.com/kh?v=81\u0026hl=en-US\u0026"],null,null,null,null,"81"],[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/mapslt?hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/mapslt?hl=en-US\u0026"]],[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/mapslt/ft?hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/mapslt/ft?hl=en-US\u0026"]],[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/vt?hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/vt?hl=en-US\u0026"]],[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/mapslt/loom?hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/mapslt/loom?hl=en-US\u0026"]],[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/mapslt?hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/mapslt?hl=en-US\u0026"]],[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/mapslt/ft?hl=en-US\u0026","https://mts1.googleapis.com/mapslt/ft?hl=en-US\u0026"]]],["en-US","US",null,0,null,null,"https://maps.gstatic.com/mapfiles/","https://csi.gstatic.com","https://maps.googleapis.com","https://maps.googleapis.com"],["https://maps.gstatic.com/intl/en_us/mapfiles/api-3/14/1","3.14.1"],[3209180036],1,null,null,null,null,0,"",null,null,1,"https://khms.googleapis.com/mz?v=135\u0026",null,"https://earthbuilder.googleapis.com","https://earthbuilder.googleapis.com",null,"https://mts.googleapis.com/vt/icon",[["https://mts0.googleapis.com/vt","https://mts1.googleapis.com/vt"],["https://mts0.googleapis.com/vt","https://mts1.googleapis.com/vt"],[null,[[0,"m",229000000]],[null,"en-US","US",null,18,null,null,null,null,null,null,[[47],[37,[["smartmaps"]]]]],0],[null,[[0,"m",229000000]],[null,"en-US","US",null,18,null,null,null,null,null,null,[[47],[37,[["smartmaps"]]]]],3],[null,[[0,"h",229000000]],[null,"en-US","US",null,18,null,null,null,null,null,null,[[50],[37,[["smartmaps"]]]]],0],[null,[[0,"h",229000000]],[null,"en-US","US",null,18,null,null,null,null,null,null,[[50],[37,[["smartmaps"]]]]],3],[null,[[4,"t",131],[0,"r",131000000]],[null,"en-US","US",null,18,null,null,null,null,null,null,[[5],[37,[["smartmaps"]]]]],0],[null,[[4,"t",131],[0,"r",131000000]],[null,"en-US","US",null,18,null,null,null,null,null,null,[[5],[37,[["smartmaps"]]]]],3],[null,null,[null,"en-US","US",null,18],0],[null,null,[null,"en-US","US",null,18],3],[null,null,[null,"en-US","US",null,18],6],[null,null,[null,"en-US","US",null,18],0]]], loadScriptTime);
  var loadScriptTime = (new Date).getTime();
Finally...my Visualforce page, FindNearbyWarehousesPage.  Note that when I load this page from my environment I'm getting a blank white page.  No error, the browser isn't asking if I want to use my current location or anything.
<apex:page sidebar="false" showheader="false" standardController="Warehouse__c" recordSetVar="warehouses" extensions="FindNearby">
    <!-- Include in Google's Maps API via JavaScript static resource -->
    <apex:includeScript value="{!$Resource.googleMapsAPI}" /> 
    <!-- Set this API key to fix JavaScript errors in production -->
    <!--<script type="text/javascript" 
    <!-- Setup the map to take up the whole window --> 
        html, body { height: 100%; }
        .page-map, .ui-content, #map-canvas { width: 100%; height:100%; padding: 0; }
        #map-canvas { height: min-height: 100%; }
        function initialize() {
            var lat, lon;
             // If we can, get the position of the user via device geolocation
             if (navigator.geolocation) {
                     lat = position.coords.latitude;
                     lon = position.coords.longitude;                    
                     // Use Visualforce JavaScript Remoting to query for nearby warehouses      
                     Visualforce.remoting.Manager.invokeAction('{!$RemoteAction.FindNearby.getNearby}', lat, lon,
                         function(result, event){
                             if (event.status) {
                                 createMap(lat, lon, result);           
                             } else if (event.type === 'exception') {
                                 //exception case code          
                             } else {
                          {escape: true}
              } else {
                  // Set default values for map if the device doesn't have geolocation capabilities
                    /** San Francisco **/
                    lat = 37.77493;
                    lon = -122.419416;
                    var result = [];
                    createMap(lat, lon, result);
         function createMap(lat, lon, warehouses){
            // Get the map div, and center the map at the proper geolocation
            var currentPosition = new google.maps.LatLng(lat,lon);
            var mapDiv = document.getElementById('map-canvas');
            var map = new google.maps.Map(mapDiv, {
                center: currentPosition, 
                zoom: 13,
                mapTypeId: google.maps.MapTypeId.ROADMAP
            // Set a marker for the current location
            var positionMarker = new google.maps.Marker({
                map: map,
                position: currentPosition,
                icon: 'http://maps.google.com/mapfiles/ms/micons/green.png'
            // Keep track of the map boundary that holds all markers
            var mapBoundary = new google.maps.LatLngBounds();
            // Set markers on the map from the @RemoteAction results
            var warehouse;
            for(var i=0; i<warehouses.length;i++){
                warehouse = warehouses[i];
            // Resize map to neatly fit all of the markers

           function setupMarker(){ 
                var warehouseNavUrl;
                // Determine if we are in Salesforce1 and set navigation link appropriately
                        warehouseNavUrl = 
                            'javascript:sforce.one.navigateToSObject(\'' + warehouse.Id + '\')';
                } catch(err) {
                    warehouseNavUrl = '\\' + warehouse.Id;
                var warehouseDetails = 
                    '<a href="' + warehouseNavUrl + '">' + 
                    warehouse.Name + '</a><br/>' + 
                    warehouse.Street_Address__c + '<br/>' + 
                    warehouse.City__c + '<br/>' + 
               // Create the callout that will pop up on the marker     
               var infowindow = new google.maps.InfoWindow({ 
                   content: warehouseDetails
               // Place the marker on the map   
               var marker = new google.maps.Marker({
                   map: map,
                   position: new google.maps.LatLng( 
               // Add the action to open up the panel when it's marker is clicked      
               google.maps.event.addListener(marker, 'click', function(){
                   infowindow.open(map, marker);
        // Fire the initialize function when the window loads
        google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', initialize);
    <!--  All content is rendered by the Google Maps code -->
    <!--  This minimal HTML justs provide a target for GMaps to write to -->
    <body style="font-family: Arial; border: 0 none;">
        <div id="map-canvas"></div>
I even went so far as copying the code from the "working" environment to my "manual test" environment...and still I just get the blank page.  I must be missing something....but I'm at a loss as to what.  Could it be the static resource?  I uploaded the pure .js file vs. zipping it up.....

As always...I appreciate the time and insight!