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After long investigation, I have found that it is not possible to differentiate them. The resolving is done pre-transaction-create. Also, there in the transaction object, there is no property saying that it is a "child" transaction.


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You can use IsExistingObject to verify if the object exists, this google search shows some examples of using it: https://www.google.com/search?q=session+isexistingobject+tridion Something along these lines: if(this.Engine.GetSession().IsExistingObject(tcmUri)) { // object exists} You'd need to make sure the Tcm Uri to the object you're checking is changed ...


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It depends what you need, if indeed to check whether an item exists, then it's Nuno's answer. Otherwise... I need to validate the presence of the Component in it's top Parent Publication You have a property on a Component (and other Repository Objects) which will give you the Item in the context of what you call the "top Parent Publication", see: ...


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