Values of a product attribute

Each attribute can have a number of values. The variations of a product are created on the basis of these values. For example, if you have an attribute named Size, its values will be similar to S, M, L and XL. If a product can relate to this characteristic, a variation for each of the values can be created.

For more information about variations, see the For developers: Product variations.

For more information about attributes, see the For developers: Product attributes section.

The attribute values are represented by the Telerik.Sitefinity.Ecommerce.Catalog.Model.ProductAttributeValue class. The class exposes the following specific properties:

  • Id
    Gets or sets the unique ID of the attribute value.
  • Name
    Gets or sets the programmatic name of the attribute value.
  • Title
    Gets or sets the title of the attribute value.
  • Description
    Gets or sets the description of the attribute value.
  • IsActive
    Indicates whether the attribute value is active and can be used.
  • Parent
    Gets or sets the attribute that the attribute value belongs to.

For more information about the different actions involving attribute values, see the examples in the section below.

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