I have a requirement to identify if the page is showing the test content (to find if A/b testing is running for current page). So, is the a way like particular cookie or code snippet to identify? Expecting some good solution to do that. :)
Thanks is Advance.
You can inject the ITestDataCookieHelper, you can then use this to work out which version of the test you are in
var allActiveTests = _testDataCookieHelper.Service.GetTestDataFromCookies();
var activeTest = allActiveTests.FirstOrDefault(x => x.TestId == testId);
if (activeTest != null)
You could do something like this:
bool anyActiveTests = IMarketingTestingWebRepository.GetActiveTestsByOriginalItemId(myPage.ContentGUID, "en").Any();
It tells you whether the page has any active tests, but it doesn't tell you whether you are right now viewing the page as a test.
I don't know if that comes close enough for you. If not, you will have to dig deeper (looking at the cookies and stuff).
Hey Guys thanks for the response.
@Stefan Holm Olsen Your solution worked, the only issue were with "en", I got this error
error CS1503: Argument 2: cannot convert from 'string' to 'System.Globalization.CultureInfo'
Even I got the hint and solved it. Actually I got the active test without passing that culture info (as I can ignore language based for my requirement).
Thanks for the solution.