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I found out how to get the first item from a collection:

$pageId = Mage::getModel('cms/page')->getCollection()
          ->addFieldToFilter('identifier', 'your name in the pages')
          ->getFirstItem()
          ->getId();

But now I have 3 IDs with the same name but different store views. How can I get these item-Ids? When I write that statement above without "getFirstItem()" and/or without "getId()" then Magento throws me an error.

6

Tipo,as you want using getFirstItem(),it only given 1 item,you need to remove this function and add getAllIds() function on this collection.

Full code:

$pageIds = Mage::getModel('cms/page')->getCollection()
          ->addFieldToFilter('identifier', 'your name in the pages')
          //->getFirstItem()
          ->getAllIds();)

getAllIds() give all ids in an array.

1

Try getAllIds($limit = null, $offset = null)

That is a method for a collection object. So, once you get your collection, you would do something like this:

$collection->getAllIds();

The $limit and $offset arguments are optional provide you with "paging" capabilities. E.g.

$collection->getAllIds(100,2500); // gets you 100 ids, starting from the 2500th of the collection (2500 - 2599)
  • Please add a little bit more of information and a complete example code snippet so beginners will understand your solution. – Matthias Zeis Feb 9 '15 at 9:21
  • I guess that's why Amit got the checkmark even though he just copied my answer an hour later. Oh well. – Buttle Butkus Feb 11 '15 at 2:14

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