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  • Barry 99 posts 187 karma points
    Oct 09, 2009 @ 14:51
    Barry
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    Getting NodeName

    How do you get the nodename or other properties for the current node.

     

    I have this

     Node EventNode = Node.GetCurrent();

      EventName = EventNode.GetProperty("NodeName").Value;

    But it causes an error

  • bob baty-barr 1180 posts 1294 karma points MVP
    Oct 09, 2009 @ 18:33
    bob baty-barr
    1

    whoohoo... i think i can answer another .net question -- this is so fun :)

    be sure to include nodeFactory... and make sure you are specifying a the String... worked for me last night.

    using umbraco.presentation.nodeFactory;

    Node myNode = Node.GetCurrent();

    String myValue = myNode.GetProperty("congratsEmail").Value;

  • Barry 99 posts 187 karma points
    Oct 09, 2009 @ 22:33
    Barry
    0

    The problem was.. you get the nodename like this..

     

     Node EventNode = Node.GetCurrent();

      EventName = EventNode.Name;

     

  • skiltz 500 posts 699 karma points
    Oct 09, 2009 @ 23:11
    skiltz
    1

     

     

    int id = umbraco.presentation.nodeFactory.Node.GetCurrent().Id;
    Document d = new Document(id);
    string nodeName = d.Text;

     

  • bob baty-barr 1180 posts 1294 karma points MVP
    Oct 10, 2009 @ 04:57
    bob baty-barr
    0

    doh, sorry Barry... did not notice you SPECIFICALLY wanted the nodeName -- i so rarely use that property for anything... i just treated it as an example of trying to access a property via nodefactory...

    gotta say, i am lovin learning more about the .net aspect of umbraco outside of just xslt macros :P

  • Matt Watson 33 posts 55 karma points
    Nov 01, 2011 @ 12:55
    Matt Watson
    0

    Thank you skiltz, Document.Text is the same as getting the nodeName value!

    :)

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