Making ServerRelativeUrl work on SPListItems

ServerRelativeUrl only work on the SPFile class so you can´t use SPListItem to get access to that property, example:

item.File.ServerRelativeUrl

But, the SPListItem has a column named FileRef that holds that information so by making an extension method you can get around that:

public static string ServerRelativeUrl(this SPListItem item)
{
    return item[SPBuiltInFieldId.FileRef].ToString();
}
And, now it works!
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