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I would like to get the filename with a core service GetListXml call. Currently my returned XML is:

<tcm:Item ID="tcm:9-26-64" Title="abc" Type="64" Modified="2013-03-27T21:27:54"
          IsNew="false" Icon="T64L0P0" 
          xmlns:tcm="http://www.tridion.com/ContentManager/5.0">
</tcm:Item>

Can I use a different filter to get the filename?

var tridionItems = client.GetListXml(
    uri,
    new OrganizationalItemItemsFilterData
    {
        ItemTypes = new[] {
            Tridion.ContentManager.CoreService.Client.ItemType.Component, 
            Tridion.ContentManager.CoreService.Client.ItemType.Page },
            Recursive = recursive
});
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Unfortunately this information is not available in the list XML. The best you can do is set IncludeRelativeWebDavUrlColumn to true. This will give you URL column like URL="/webdav/Test/root/page.tpg". You can then split this value by / and pick the last member.

Alternatively, if you are on SDL Tridion 2013 you can use GetList method with BaseColumns = ListBaseColumns.Extended. This will give you IdentifiableObjects list which you can then cast to pages and get FileName

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    The WebDAVURL does not expose the file name of the page though, even though it resembles it superficially. Instead, it uses the title of the page. I think you have no alternative but to open the page itself. – Quirijn Mar 29 '13 at 12:28
  • Yes, I am opening the pages now. It is an optional feature in the app, so won't slow it down all the time... – robrtc Mar 29 '13 at 12:53

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