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Programatically add URL to pages.

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  1. Michael Cherry
    Michael Cherry avatar
    1 posts
    25 Feb 2010
    11 May 2011
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    We're attempting to add an alternate URL to pages imported from Sitefinity 3.x so the that migrated site will accept URLs such as as well as but are having difficulty getting the additional URLs associated with the pages.  The entries are showing up in the database, but they do not work on the site front end and do not appear in the Additional URLs text box when editing page properties.  Any help that could be provided in this matter would be appreciated.

    if (urlName.ToLower().IndexOf(".aspx") == -1)
        pageUrlData = new PageUrlData();
        pageUrlData.Id = Guid.NewGuid();
        pageUrlData.Url = "~/" + urlName + ".aspx";
        pageUrlData.IsDefault = false;
        pageUrlData.ApplicationName = pageData.ApplicationName;
        pageUrlData.Disabled = false;
        pageUrlData.LastModified = DateTime.Now;
  2. Victor Velev
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    1345 posts
    06 Jul 2015
    12 May 2011
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    Hello Michael,

    Please refer to the code sample attached bellow which demonstrates the fluent api behavior when creating pages with additional urls.  You can customize it anyway you want in order to fit it to your needs.

    var pageFacade = App.WorkWith().Page().CreateNewStandardPage(PageLocation.Frontend); 
                var additionalUrl = "~/mypageredirect1"; 
                    .Do(p => 
                        p.Name = "mytest3"; 
                        p.Title = "mytitle3"; 
                        p.UrlName = "myurl"; 
                        p.ShowInNavigation = true; 
                        p.LastModified = DateTime.UtcNow; 
                        p.DateCreated = DateTime.UtcNow; 
                        p.Page.Title = "myname3"; 
                        //set title which appears in page header 
                        p.Page.HtmlTitle = "mytitle3"; 
                        p.Description = "mydesc3r"; 
                        p.AllowMultipleUrls = true; 
                        pageFacade.PageManager.AddPageNodeAdditionalUrl(p, CultureInfo.InvariantCulture, additionalUrl, false); 

    Victor Velev
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