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StringQuery Element

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Represents one query on a string-valued attribute or option.

<StringQuery
    fieldName = "string" tag="string"
    operator = "=" | "LIKE"
    value = "string"
    ownedOnly = "True" | "False">
</StringQuery>

The following sections describe attributes, parent elements, and child elements.

Name

Description

fieldName

string type. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the name of the attribute or option against which the comparison is made.

tag

string type. Length range 1-3 characters.

Restricts the scope of this string query. See Example later in this topic. tag is only supported when StringQuery is included in a ListMeetings Message. This meeting attribute is set in a CreateMeetingRequest Element by specifying the tagStringOption Element.

The tag option values assigned by a client must not be in the following list of values reserved by Live Meeting: "LRS", "RPD", "OLK" or any value beginning with"_". For example, "_EA" cannot be used by a client except where the client is querying for Easy Assist sessions.

Added in Live Meeting service API Update for Live Meeting 2007.

operator

string type. Value range [ = | LIKE].

Specifies the comparison operator. The equal (=) character selects comparison for equality. LIKE selects comparison with a pattern that can include the wildcard characters % and _.

The % wildcard character indicates zero or more characters of any value at the position of the wildcard character. Using the underscore ( _ ) character indicates one character of any value is acceptable in the wildcard position.

For example, if your string query is <StringQuery operator="LIKE" value="admi_" fieldName="name" />, you are querying for groups whose name is five characters in length (admi + _), whose fifth character can be any value while the first four characters must be admi. A group named admin can be returned given the above constraints.

If your string query is <StringQuery operator="LIKE" value="admi%" fieldName="name" />, the query result can include admi, administration, or administrator. This is true because your query specified admi in the first four character positions and any number of characters of any value in position five and beyond.

value

string type. Length range 1-1023 characters.

Specifies the value against which the field is compared.

ownedOnly

Boolean type. Value range [True | False]. This attribute is optional. Default value is False.

Applicable only for users with Administrator role. When True, it confines the search to the set of meetings or recordings that are owned by the authenticated user.

The following table specifies the allowed values for the fieldName attribute. Unless explicitly specified otherwise, any operator can be used with any fieldName value.

StringQuery fieldName Attribute Values

fieldName Value

Description

billing

The billing field.

mid

The unique identifier for the meeting. Only the = operator is allowed.

name

The name.

opaque1

The meeting opaque1 field.

opaque2

The meeting opaque2 field.

owner

The owner field. Only the = operator is allowed.

personalPlaceOf

Value is the userID of an organizer or administrator. The query matches the Meet Now meeting for the user specified, if there is such a meeting. Only the = operator is allowed.

reid

The unique identifier for the recording. Only the = operator is allowed.

title

The title field.

If the requestor is an administrator, the query searches through all meetings or recordings in the conference center unless ownedOnly is set to True, in which case the search is limited to meetings or recordings owned by that Administrator. By default, the ownedOnly attribute is False.

If the requestor is an organizer, the search is limited to meetings or recordings owned by that organizer. In this case, the ownedOnly attribute has no effect on the search results.

The following tables specify which fieldName values are valid in each possible request. An X indicates that the value is valid.

StringQuery fieldName Values by Request (Meeting Management)

fieldName Value

CreateMeeting

ModifyMeeting

DeleteMeeting

ListVisitors

ListConnectedVisitors

ListPolls

DisconnectVisitors

ListMeetings

billing

 

 

X

mid

 

X

X

name

 

X

X

opaque1

 

X

X

opaque2

 

X

X

owner

 

 

X

personalPlaceOf

X

X

X

reid

 

 

 

title

 

 

X

StringQuery fieldName Values by Request (Other than Meeting Management)

fieldName Value

GetURL (download)

GetURL (upload)

ListRecordings4

ModifyRecording

DeleteRecording

ListRecordingVisitors4RestoreRecording

billing

 

 

X

 

mid

 

X

 

 

name

X(recordingname)

X(meetingname)

X

X

opaque1

 

X

 

 

opaque2

 

X

 

 

owner

 

 

X

 

personalPlaceOf

 

X

 

 

reid

X

 

X

X

title

 

 

X

 

The following table specifies the wildcard characters that can be used with the LIKE operator.

LIKE Operator Wildcard Characters

Wildcard

Description

%

Matches any string.

_

Matches any single character.

<StringQuery fieldName="mid" operator="=" value="oi7pv2bbz8eq" tag='LRS'/>
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