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MapPoint pushpins from variables

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I've done a lot of searching and couldn't find anything that I could get to work.  Basically, I have 4 variables (Name, Account ID, Latitude,  Longitude), and I just want to add a pushpin to a MapPoint map inside VB.Net, using the Lat and Long coordinates.  The name and Account ID can also be shown in the balloon for the pin.

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I came up with a solution that works, so this can be closed.


Dim oLoc As MapPoint.Location
        Dim omap As Map
        omap = AxMappointControl1.ActiveMap
        omap.Application.Units = geoMiles

        oLoc = omap.GetLocation(29.125, -82.182, 1)
        oLoc.GoTo()
        omap.AddPushpin(oLoc)

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