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Access Parent Item In LIST View of Dynamic Widget

  • Access Parent Item In LIST View of Dynamic Widget
  • Hi there, 

    I have built a custom module with a content-type hierarchy as follow: Locations >> Properties >> Rooms. I am in the process of making a custom template to list all the properties. My issue is that I for each property, I want to pull its associated Location (Parent Item) as well and I am at a loss for how to do this. I am pretty new to Sitefinity and Feather.

    I have looked at this: -- but it seems that is only for the detail view. Is there any way to pull the title of the parent item in the list view?

    Here is my code:


    @model Telerik.Sitefinity.Frontend.DynamicContent.Mvc.Models.DynamicContentListViewModel
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Frontend.DynamicContent.Mvc.Helpers;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Frontend.DynamicContent.WidgetTemplates.Fields.Helpers;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Data.ContentLinks;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Frontend.Mvc.Helpers;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Frontend.Mvc.Models;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Web.DataResolving;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Model.ContentLinks;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Modules.Pages;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Pages.Model;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Model;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Libraries.Model;
    @using Telerik.Sitefinity.Localization;
    @Html.Script(ScriptRef.JQuery, "top", false)
    <div class="@Model.CssClass row">
        @foreach (var item in Model.Items)
            var navigateUrl = HyperLinkHelpers.GetDetailPageUrl(item, ViewBag.DetailsPageId, ViewBag.OpenInSamePage, Model.UrlKeyPrefix);
            <div @Html.InlineEditingAttributes(Model.ProviderName, Model.ContentType.FullName, (Guid)item.Fields.Id) class="col-lg-12 hotels">
                <div class="col-lg-3">
                    @foreach (var relatedItem in item.Fields.BackgroundImage)
                        <a href="@navigateUrl">
                            <img src="@relatedItem.Fields.MediaUrl" alt="@relatedItem.Fields.Title" class="img-responsive hotelBg" style="height:100px;" />
                <div class="col-lg-3">
                @foreach (var hotel in item.ParentItem("Location"))
                <div class="col-lg-2">
                    @if (item.Fields.Grade.ToString() == "5.0")
                        <img src="~/img/Rating Icons/5-stars_grey.png" class="img-responsive" />
                    else if (item.Fields.Grade.ToString() == "4.0")
                        <img src="~/img/Rating Icons/4-stars_grey.png" class="img-responsive" />
                        <img src="~/img/Rating Icons/3-stars_grey.png" class="img-responsive" />
                <div class="col-lg-2">
                    <label>From: </label><h3>R2500.00</h3>
                    <span>Hotel Room</span>
                <div class="col-lg-2 hotelButton">
                    <a class="btn btn-default">Book Now</a>
        @if (Model.ShowPager)
            @Html.Action("Index", "ContentPager", new
           currentPage = Model.CurrentPage,
           totalPagesCount = Model.TotalPagesCount.Value,
           redirectUrlTemplate = ViewBag.RedirectPageUrlTemplate

  • I'm currently working on something similar to yours. I have contacted support and I'm waiting to hear back. Would you mind sharing your model and controller, please?
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