Locating the site through code

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10/8/2013 9:45:14 AM
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Locating the site through code

If you have multiple sites and you want to identify the number of the site or folder through code, how to proceed?

10/8/2013 10:20:58 AM
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Re: Locating the site through code

I don't know the technique off the top of my head, but as with most everything in mojoPortal, the code itself is the best teacher. Take a look at SiteList.aspx.cs (code behind for the /Admin/SiteList.aspx page).

10/8/2013 11:43:59 AM
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Re: Locating the site through code

For code that runs in the context of a web page request you can do:

SiteSettings siteSettings = CacheHelper.GetCurrentSiteSettings();​

then you can use 

siteSettings.SiteID to get the id of the current site.

10/8/2013 2:58:29 PM
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Re: Locating the site through code

Ottimo grazie!

Funziona perfettamente.

 

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