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using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using Sitecore.Data.Items;
using Sitecore.Diagnostics;
using Sitecore.Publishing.Pipelines.GetItemReferences;
using Sitecore.Publishing.Pipelines.PublishItem;
namespace Sitecore.Custom.Publishing
{
/// <summary>
/// Gets and publishes the cross-sells for a product
/// Architecture for Cross Sells is as follows:
/// Product
/// |- Shades/Sizes (Folder)
/// |- Shade 1
/// |- Shade 2
/// ...
/// |- Cross-Sells (CrossSellFolder - Template ID below)
/// |- ProductPointer1
/// |- ProductPointer2
///
/// ProductPointer has a DropTree field that allows
/// the selection of a single product, so when you view
/// raw values, it's a GUID of the selected product
/// </summary>
public class PublishCrossSells : GetItemReferencesProcessor
{
//GUIDs specific to my Sitecore project
private const string ProductTemplateId = "{66A91AAC-61E5-4949-991D-3772ED3D63C3}";
private const string CrossSalesFolder = "{568B223F-6387-4CB1-BC13-152785308A9C}";
public override void Process(PublishItemContext context)
{
Assert.ArgumentNotNull(context, "context");
List<Item> itemReferences = GetItemReferences(context); // this line calls the method from your custom class
RegisterReferences(itemReferences, context); // this line registers the references to the related items.
}
protected override List<Item> GetItemReferences(PublishItemContext context)
{
var referenceList = new List<Item>();
//this is the item being published
var sourceItem = context.PublishHelper.GetSourceItem(context.ItemId);
//this should never be true, but why not
if (sourceItem == null || sourceItem.Empty)
return referenceList;
//better way of doing this is via Decorator Pattern, otherwise you
//will constantly be recompiling this file with new logic for each
//template
switch (sourceItem.TemplateID.ToString())
{
case(ProductTemplateId):
Log.Info("product publishing detected",this);
var crossSellItems = GetCrossSellsForProduct(sourceItem);
if (crossSellItems != null && crossSellItems.Any())
referenceList.AddRange(crossSellItems);
break;
}
Log.Info(string.Format("GETITEMREFERENCES: referenceList has {0} items",referenceList.Count()),this);
//only necessary if we want to see the GUIDs in our log file
foreach (var item in referenceList.Where(item => item!=null && !item.Empty))
{
Log.Info(string.Format("GETITEMREFERENCES: Item ID - {0}",item.ID),this);
}
return referenceList;
}
/// <summary>
/// This is specific to the architecture and logic of my related items.
/// Obviously, your architecture and requirements for what constitutes as a
/// related item would vary
/// </summary>
/// <param name="sourceItem"></param>
/// <returns></returns>
private List<Item> GetCrossSellsForProduct(Item sourceItem)
{
var crossSellList = new List<Item>();
if (!sourceItem.Children.Any())
return crossSellList;
var crossSellFolder = sourceItem.Children.FirstOrDefault(x => x.TemplateID.ToString() == CrossSalesFolder);
if (crossSellFolder == null)
return crossSellList;
foreach (Item crossSellitem in crossSellFolder.Children)
{
var itemId = crossSellitem.Fields["Refers-To"].GetValue(false);
var item = Context.Database.GetItem(itemId);
if(item!=null && !item.Empty)
crossSellList.Add(Context.Database.GetItem(itemId));
}
return crossSellList;
}
}
}