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How to get the Visual Force Page Name Using Apex Class

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by February 27, 2013 APEX, SALESFORCE, Visualforce

How to get the Visual Force Page Name Using Apex Class?

We can get the Visual Force Page Name Using Apex Class, below is the Example:


public string getVFPageName()  {
String pageName = ApexPages.CurrentPage().getUrl();     // THIS IS THE CLOSEST YOU CAN GET SO FAR
pageName = pageName.replaceFirst('/apex/','');          // IT ALWAYS STARTS WITH /APEX/ SO REMOVE IT
pageName = EncodingUtil.urlEncode(pageName, 'UTF-8');   // YOU WANT TO END AT THE QUESTION MARK BUT
// YOU HAVE TO ENCODE IT FIRST
string[] pageNameExtra = pageName.split('%3F',0);   // %3F IS THE VALUE OF THE QUESTION MARK IN UTF-8
// SO YOU MAY SPLIT THE STRING AT THAT POINT
pageName = pageNameExtra[0];                            // FOR THIS PURPOSE YOU ONLY NEED THE FIRST
// IN THE RESULTING ARRAY
return pageName;                                        // HERE IS YOUR PRODUCT
}

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