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Mari Jørgensen
Apr 4, 2008
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Accessing CurrentPage from a static context

Ever needed access to the CurrentPage object inside a static method or property?
As long as you have a valid HttpContext this code will do the trick

PageBase pageBase = HttpContext.Current.Handler as PageBase;
string pageName = pageBase.CurrentPage.PageName;
Apr 04, 2008

Comments

Sep 21, 2010 10:32 AM

Nice sample! However, I'm a bit confused - aren't these types of posts supposed to be published on labs.episerver.com? Or what's the purpose of blogs here at EPiServer World as opposed to those on Labs? Cheers!
/ Ted Nyberg

Mari Jørgensen
Mari Jørgensen Sep 21, 2010 10:32 AM

Well, we had the same discussion here in Norway just last week, without arriving to a conclusion. I'll look into it.

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