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6/6/2016 8:12 PM


Is there anyway using SQL to get the value of NavigateURL for a given tabID?

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6/7/2016 9:22 AM

You can query the TabPath from the Tabs table. They contain the relative path. Alternative is to query the TabUrls table but this doesn't contain all pages only those with a alternative url

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6/8/2016 11:52 AM
Thanks Peter, I'd noticed that taburls didn't seem to have them all but I wasn't sure why. Thanks for the explanation.

The tabpath has the relative path without any of the friendly url settings applied, such as hyphens for spaces or all lowercase and such. No worries though, we can use SQL to apply these transformations, I was just wondering if the actual friendly url was saved to the database but it appears that navigateurl would need to be used to extract it that way ...
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