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SPListItem How to get the last published version?

Posted on 2010-11-15
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
Hi there,

I will appreciate if somebody can please post the code to find only the last published version of SPListItem.

Question by:m_a_n
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Author Comment

ID: 34138825
This gets the published SPListItem (omitting any entries which do not have a published version).

What I need is "Get the last published version in an SPListItem, even if the latest version is not published".

Thanks for the effort buddy!

Author Comment

ID: 34141256
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Accepted Solution

jagssidurala earned 2000 total points
ID: 34142172
For Example:
The list like this

1 --Published
2 -- UP
3 --UP
4 -- P
5-- UP
6 -- Up

Sample code:
SPList list = web.Lists[listname];

SPListItem LastPublishedItem = new SPListItem();

foreach (SPListItem item in list.Items)
              LastPublishedItem = item;      

after excecution of above code the "LastPublishedItem" contains last published version of the above list,
in this case the 4 is the final output.

Refer this link for various properties and methods for SPListItem.



Assisted Solution

m_a_n earned 0 total points
ID: 34150185
This is what worked for me.

foreach (SPListItemVersion _liv in _li.Versions)
 if (_liv.Level == SPFileLevel.Published)
  //Do something

Author Comment

ID: 34150227
agssidurala was quite close, just missing a few lines as noted in my comment.

Thanks all.
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Expert Comment

ID: 34151890
Thank you for accepting my sol.

Can u also post ur entire code so that i will know whole functionality....

Author Closing Comment

ID: 34182484
jagssidurala was quite close, just missing a few lines as noted in my comment.

Thanks all.

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