Anders Hattestad
Feb 8, 2016
  1923
(2 votes)

Get owner content of document in “for this page”

A quick tip for finding owner page.

var contentAssetHelper = ServiceLocator.Current.GetInstance<ContentAssetHelper>();

var ownerNode = contentAssetHelper.GetAssetOwner(media.ContentLink);

It is also worth to mention that the standard EPiServer Search will index local files bellow contentlink 4, or if you drag the current page "for this page" folder inside a contentarea it will give you the same value.

VirtualPathQuery pathQuery = new VirtualPathQuery();
pathQuery.AddContentNodes(bellow, serviceLocationHelper.ContentLoader());

Feb 08, 2016

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