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  • Kristoffer Eriksen 173 posts 402 karma points
    Jan 11, 2022 @ 13:12
    Kristoffer Eriksen

    Get propertydata with SQL based on nodeID

    I've got some old SQL scripts which I used quite a while ago to get propertydata from the tables, based on a nodeid. But it's old and doesn't work anymore.

    I've searched the internet and forum, but can't fint a script that works, and can't get my head around the SQL structure.

    Does anybody have a SQL script that returns the latest version of propertydata based on a nodeid from umbracoNode table?

  • Marc Goodson 1718 posts 11412 karma points MVP 7x c-trib
    Jan 12, 2022 @ 10:28
    Marc Goodson

    Hi Kristoffer

    Insert usual warnings here about directly accessing content via SQL to the db, use the Umbraco Cache instead if presenting this data on a website etc etc

    that aside would something like this work for you?

      Select * from umbracoPropertyData upd INNER JOIN umbracoContentVersion ucv ON upd.versionId = ucv.Id WHERE ucv.[current] = 1 AND ucv.Nodeid = 1321

    Essentially because Umbraco stores tons of versions of the same page, the umbracoContentVersion table tracks which is the 'current' version based on a flag called 'current' - and it also includes the NodeId, so then you can just join this to the umbracoPropertyData table on the 'VersionId' and you'll get all the data for all the properties on that node for the 'current version'



  • Kristoffer Eriksen 173 posts 402 karma points
    Jan 12, 2022 @ 10:48
    Kristoffer Eriksen

    Hey Marc

    Perfect. That solves my issue 100% :-)

    Thank you

    It's not an option to do it codewise, since it's an external agency that needs to be able to fetch specific data from the database directly.

    And yes, warnings have been made for the client :-)


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