GetMap is not a built in function, it is a custom function. Did you copy the custom function from the starter solution to your new database. FMA 13 is required to create custom functions. Goto File, Manage, Custom Functions, then Import.
Did you name your web viewer map1?
And note that your call of the GetMap function only refers to the original fields, not the new ones that you have added. You'll need to modify the calculation in the Web Address box if you want to use address data in your new fields.
Thank you both of the responses. I am building off of the starter solution or adapting it to my needs. So that is how I have access to the custom function. I'm not was a good idea or not. Maybe it would have been better to start from scratch? The image above does show the correct (custom) field names.
At any rate I did get the map to finally start working by making sure that the object name for the Web Viewer was the same as the name parameter in the custom GetMap function (Map1, Map2, Map3 ....). This seems odd because the the web viewer objects that display the map in the starter solution don't have object names and they work correctly.
The Web Viewers in the Starter solution are named. The web viewer is grouped with other objects, so it looks like it is not name. You have to ungroup the web viewer to see the name. Right click on the web viewer in the starter solution then click arrange, then click ungroup. Once ungrouped you can click on the web viewer and see the name in the inspector.