Sitefinity CMS supports dynamic LINQ queries that can execute lambda expressions defined in a string against an IQueryable collection. This article demonstrated how to filter monolingual and multilingual pages using two different methods: pages.Where() and DataProviderBase.SetExpressions().
To filter a collection of pages by their title, perform the following:
To filter pages with the pages.Where() method, use the following code snippet:
NOTE: To execute dynamic LINQ queries, in your code, you must add using Telerik.Sitefinity.Data.Linq.Dynamic;
If you have multilingual pages, to ensure the filter you pass is executed against the Lstring value for the correct culture you can use the following code sample:
To filter multilingual pages with the pages.Where() method, use the following code snippet:
To filter pages with the DataProviderBase.SetExpressions() method, use the following code snippet:
NOTE: To use the DataProviderBase class, in your code, you must add using Telerik.Sitefinity.Data;
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