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#1 2018-09-14 09:48:32

Bloke
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[solved] Compare article publishing status

Forgive me, I’m having a ‘moment’ and the answer is probably obvious but I can’t figure it out.

With 4.7.x we can use this construct <txp:article status /> to extract both sticky and live articles in a single list. Is there a way in the form/container to detect which type of article we’re dealing with, live or sticky, so we can take action accordingly?

I can’t see it exposed in thisarticle so smd_if can’t get at it. I must be missing something. If not… feature request?


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#2 2018-09-14 09:58:49

etc
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Re: [solved] Compare article publishing status

Bloke wrote #314012:

I can’t see it exposed in thisarticle so smd_if can’t get at it. I must be missing something. If not… feature request?

Weird, it should be there?


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#3 2018-09-14 10:08:43

Bloke
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Re: [solved] Compare article publishing status

etc wrote #314013:

Weird, it should be there?

Ha! Note to self, check the status field in article context ($thisarticle), not section list context ($pretext) which is the page’s HTTP status.

You’re right, knew I was missing something. Thank you.


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