Returns options for the 'Product' dropdown used to filter the search result.


The values are based on products ordered by the customer, i.e. in all orders associated with the current customer.


Basic usage

Notice the use of @item.GetValue to get data from the loop variable.
If you just write @GetValue, the data will be taken from outside the loop. Similarly, you have to use @item.GetLoop to use loops inside a loop.

<table> <tr> @foreach (LoopItem item in GetLoop("Products") { <td> @item.GetValue("Relevant.Tag") </td> } </tr> </table>

Check if the loop exists

@if (Loops.Contains("Products")) { ... }

Example of usage
The following general example illustrates how to use a loop construct.

<table> <!--@LoopStart(Products)--> <tr> <td><!--@Loop:Tag--></td> </tr> <!--LoopEnd(Products)--> </table>

Check if the loop exists

<!--@If LoopDefined(Products)--> ... <!--@EndIf(Products)-->

Available tags