Site Plan Tags
The Sites site tree is an outline or site plan, located on the Site Plan tab. You use the
SITEPLANtags to extract (from the Sites database) information about a page asset's position in the site tree hierarchy. You can then display that information on your online site in site maps, navigation bars, and so on.
Sites stores information about page assets in several database tables:
- The Page table, which stores information about the page asset as an asset (its name, its object ID, who created it, which template it uses, and so on). Use the
ASSETtags to obtain information from that table.
- The AssetRelationTree table, which stores information about the other assets that page assets have relationships with through named or unnamed associations. Use the
ASSET.CHILDRENtag to obtain information from that table.
- The AssetPublication table, which specifies which management sites (publications) give you access to the page. Page assets cannot be shared between sites (publications) so there is only one row entry for a page because it can have only one pubid. A pubid is a unique value that identifies a site.
- The SitePlanTree table, which stores information about the page asset's hierarchy in the site structure. Use the
SITEPLANtags to obtain information from that table.
The SitePlanTree table is a standard Sites object tree with nodes and children. It stores information such as a page asset's node ID, the node ID of its parent, whether it is placed or unplaced, and so on.
If you want to display information about a page asset as an asset, use the
ASSETtags to retrieve it. (See Asset Tags .) If you want to display information about a page asset's hierarchy in the site structure, use the
SITEPLANtags to retrieve it. See also ASSET.SITEPARENT .
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