To improve scale and performance, Salesforce Maps is updating its mapping framework from raster to vector. This update also improves integrations with Esri data and includes a refined user experience.For Summer ’24, Sandbox and Production Orgs will remain on Raster maps by default. You can enable the new Vector maps experience by enabling the “Preview Enhanced User Experience” setting in Maps Permission Groups.It’s best to test vector maps in sandboxes or with a subset of users in production environments before the production-wide upgrade affects all users in a future major release. At that time, Salesforce Maps will retire its raster maps framework.
Salesforce Maps Summer 24 Update
How does the vector maps upgrade affect my Salesforce Maps implementation?
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Some Salesforce Maps customers who implemented custom code under a MapAnything statement of work can experience problems with those customizations. Those problems can require updates, such as references to new APIs.

Updating custom code may also require you to migrate code to a screen flow or Lightning Web Component within Salesforce Maps as a custom action.
Salesforce Maps Summer 24 Update

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