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With the reference to this thread: https://tridion.stackexchange.com/a/4597/1556

I am looking for a similar answer where I need to fetch a list of publishing purposes(BPT) instead of PublicationTargets.

Could someone please suggest me this?

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  • what you are trying to achieve explain a bit more detail? – Velmurugan Apr 12 at 7:32
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For Core Service, read the BPT from the Publication and then you can get to TargetTypes and their Purpose:

var pub = (PublicationData)client.Read("tcm:0-x-1", null);  
var bpt = (BusinessProcessTypeData)client.Read(pub.BusinessProcessType.IdRef, null);
bpt.TargetTypes.Select(tt => tt.Purpose);
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  • Thanks @Neil, this provides list of purpose using coreservice – Neetesh Narvaria Apr 12 at 15:23
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A Publication/Repository has a BusinessProcessType property which tells you what the selected Business Process Type (BPT) is for that Publication/Repository (if any).

A Business Process Type contains a set of Target Types which each have a distinct Purpose.

So, if you are working with TOM.NET and want to get a list of publishing purposes for a given context Publication, your code could look like this:

contextPublication.BussinessProcessType?.TargetTypes.Select(tt => tt.Purpose);

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  • Hi Rick, thanks for suggestion, code is currently using coreservice reference and I am not able to figure out similar code in coreservice, let me check whether TOM.NET can be fit in my code, – Neetesh Narvaria Apr 12 at 9:08
  • The domain model is the same for Core Service, but you will need more code: Read Publication, check its BusinessProcessType property (which is a Link containing the BPT ID), read the BPT and then obtain the Target Type purposes (the Target Types are part of the BPT). – Rick Pannekoek Apr 13 at 10:14

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