Bing Maps, formerly known as Microsoft Virtual Earth, is another mapping service that primarily operates on spherical mercator tiles. This means the layer must available in EPSG:900913 (now known as EPSG:3857) to use this API.
It appears that the Bing Maps API continues to use VETileSourceSpecification objects. The following code has not been tested exhaustively for some time, please send feedback to the geowebcache-users mailinglist.
var map = new VEMap('myMap'); var tileSourceSpec = new VETileSourceSpecification( 'TITLE_OF_LAYER', 'http://localhost:8080/geowebcache/service/ve?quadkey=%4&format=image/png&layers=layer-name' ); tileSourceSpec.Opacity = 0.5; map.AddTileLayer(tileSourceSpec, true); ... <body onload="GetMap();"> ...
In the above example you must replace layer-name and http://localhost:8080/geowebcache as appropriate. You may also change image/png. Bing Maps will automatically replace %4 with the quad-key for the tile.