String search in two linked tables

Hi.

I have two tables.

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Pages](
      [ID] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
      [PageName] [varchar](50) NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]

AND

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Pages_ObjectCrossRef](
      [ID] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
      [Pages_ID] [int) NOT NULL,
      [ObjectName] [varchar](50) NOT NULL,
) ON [PRIMARY]

I want to create a sql statement that "search" in the PageName column (Pages table) and in the ObjectName field (Pages_ObjectCrossRef table). In additional I want to get info if the "search" only match the ObjectName.

Ex.

Pages:
ID      PageName
1      Test page1
2      Test page2

Pages_ObjectCrossRef :
ID      Pages_ID      ObjectName
1      1      Object 1
3      1      Object 2
4      2      Object 1
8      2      Object 3
9      2      Test Object 4

SELECT DISTINCT TOP (10) PagesX.ID, PagesX.PageName
FROM PagesX INNER JOIN PagesX_ObjectCrossRef ON PagesX.ID= PagesX_ObjectCrossRef.Pages_ID
WHERE
PagesX.PageName LIKE '%test%' OR
PagesX_ObjectCrossRef.ObjectName LIKE '%test%'
ORDER BY PagesX.PageName

RESULT
1      Test page1
2      Test page2

What I want (extra info if the "search" match ObjectName):

ID      Page            ObjectMatch
1      Test page1      0
2      Test page2      1

Any suggestion?
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
Try this:
SELECT DISTINCT TOP (10) PagesX.ID, PagesX.PageName, 
	CASE
		WHEN PagesX.PageName LIKE '%test%' THEN 'Page'
		ELSE 'Object'
	END AS ObjectMatch
FROM PagesX 
	INNER JOIN PagesX_ObjectCrossRef ON PagesX.ID= PagesX_ObjectCrossRef.Pages_ID
WHERE PagesX.PageName LIKE '%test%'
	OR PagesX_ObjectCrossRef.ObjectName LIKE '%test%' 
ORDER BY PagesX.PageName

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