Lee Crowe
Feb 18, 2011
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EPiServer FilteredPageReference Property Controls v1.2 Released

For those of you who are not aware of the Filtered Page Reference property controls I have created please refer to the following two blog posts:

I have been using the new property controls extensively on a large EPiServer build I am currently working on.  The build has a requirement to use EPiServer Mirroring.

Mirroring presents many issues when trying to configure it.  But unfortunately the FilteredPageReference assembly was causing it to fall over as it had a dependency on the HttpContext Sad smile 

The FilteredPageReference assembly programmatically sets up  VPP’s for the embedded user controls and pages. 

I have now removed this dependency, hence the reason for release v1.2. 

For those of you who may have looked at my Search and Replace plug-in, this will have also suffered the same fate and therefore I have released v1.3.

FilteredPageReference v1.2 Enhancements

I have added the following new property to the PropertyFilteredPageReferenceSettings class:

public Type[] AllowedPageTypesAndInterfaces

Once PageTypeBuilder has support for setting property settings in code or you do something similar to my previous blog post you can set the allowed page types and interfaces using the property above rather than using an existing string property.

I have also enhanced the quick edit functionality.

Installation

The FilteredPageReference assembly will only work with EPiServer CMS 6 and onwards.

To install just simply place the assembly into your web applications bin folder.  The assembly can be downloaded from

http://episerverfpr.codeplex.com/.

 

Have feedback?

Please feel free to email or twitter me with any feedback @croweman

Feb 18, 2011

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