SiteMapNode.NextSibling SiteMapNode.NextSibling SiteMapNode.NextSibling SiteMapNode.NextSibling Property

Definition

Gets the next SiteMapNode node on the same hierarchical level as the current one, relative to the ParentNode property (if one exists).

public:
 virtual property System::Web::SiteMapNode ^ NextSibling { System::Web::SiteMapNode ^ get(); };
public virtual System.Web.SiteMapNode NextSibling { get; }
member this.NextSibling : System.Web.SiteMapNode
Public Overridable ReadOnly Property NextSibling As SiteMapNode

Property Value

The next SiteMapNode, serially, after the current one, under the parent node; otherwise, null, if no parent exists, there is no node that follows this one, or security trimming is enabled and the user cannot view the parent or next sibling nodes.

Remarks

The NextSibling property presumes that the SiteMapProvider object implements its internal collections such that when a parent node retrieves its ChildNodes property, the nodes are in the same order as they appear in the site map. If you use .NET Framework collection classes in an implementation of a site map provider, choose collections that implement the IList interface, such as the ArrayList or ListDictionary classes. If you choose collections that do not implement the IList interface, such as the Hashtable class, unexpected results can occur for simple site navigation operations.

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