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SiteDefinition.Current.StartPage vs ContentReference.StartPage

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Hi,

Is there a difference between these 2? If so which one should I use?

#119150
Mar 22, 2015 20:41
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I don't think there are any differens, but I would use the site definition one.

I must check the code to verify how they work (maby someone else will do it before me)

#119152
Mar 23, 2015 8:11
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Hi

There is no difference in the functionality (I just did check the code:)). ContentReference.StartPage uses the SiteDefinition. One benefit of SiteDefinition (but not SiteDefinition.Current) is that it can be used as a service in dependency injection, so you would not need any static access that could be a problem when writing unit tests.

Regards

Per Gunsarfs

#119156
Mar 23, 2015 9:24
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