Assembly: System.Web (in system.web.dll)
public virtual SiteMapNode GetCurrentNodeAndHintNeighborhoodNodes ( int upLevel, int downLevel )
public function GetCurrentNodeAndHintNeighborhoodNodes ( upLevel : int, downLevel : int ) : SiteMapNode
The number of ancestor SiteMapNode generations to fetch. 0 indicates no ancestor nodes are retrieved and -1 indicates that all ancestors might be retrieved and cached by the provider.
The number of child SiteMapNode generations to fetch. 0 indicates no descendant nodes are retrieved and a -1 indicates that all descendant nodes might be retrieved and cached by the provider.
Return ValueA SiteMapNode that represents the currently requested page; otherwise, a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic), if the SiteMapNode is not found or cannot be returned for the current user.
The default implementation of the GetCurrentNodeAndHintNeighborhoodNodes method returns the CurrentNode property; however, site map providers can override the GetCurrentNodeAndHintNeighborhoodNodes method and provide an optimized implementation that uses custom caching mechanisms to return the current SiteMapNode object, as well as SiteMapNode objects that are in the proximity of the current SiteMapNode.
The upLevel parameter is used to specify how many levels of parent and ancestor nodes to retrieve and cache, along with their immediate children. The downLevel parameter is used to specify how many levels of descendant nodes from the current SiteMapNode to retrieve. If preferred, the ancestor and descendant nodes can be linked to the SiteMapNode that is returned by the
GetCurrentNodeAndHintNeighborhoodNodes method, using the ParentNode and ChildNodes properties. If there are fewer ancestor or child node levels than are specified by upLevel or downLevel, only those that are available are retrieved.
The XmlSiteMapProvider class, which is the default site map provider for ASP.NET, caches the entire site map in memory, which results in little or no overhead when querying the XmlSiteMapProvider for specific SiteMapNode objects.
Windows 98, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition
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