Hi Martin,
thanks for your answer. Actually, all of our "stores" are persistent in our
database. These are about 300 and I think it is a good idea to pre-compute
all the coordinates (GLatLng) with a cronjob. Afterwards I would like to
show only a part of these stores which fit to a certain specific pattern
(e.g. post code or region or whatever). The result list of these stores
taken from the database should be shown. So I think it is a good idea to to
call serverGeocoder.findAddress(address) from the cronjob, store the GLatLng
values in the database along with the address. What do you think?

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