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RestoreRecordingRequest Element

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Requests the specified recording to be restored.

<RestoreRecordingRequest>
  <StringQuery...></StringQuery>
</RestoreRecordingRequest>

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

Parent Elements

Element

Description

PlaceWareConfCenter

1

Child Element

Element

Description

StringQuery

1 or more

The StringQuery element must match exactly one restorable recording. The list of available StringQuery options is limited to only those search options that return a single recording. The StringQuery element can search the following options:

  • reid

  • name

This element can be used only by account administrators to restore expired or manually deleted recordings that are restorable. To get a list of the restorable recordings, call ListRecordings4Request element with a restorableOnly attribute value of True (Added in Live Meeting service API Update for Live Meeting 2007). For more information about restoring a meeting or recording, see Maintaining Meetings and Recordings.

If attempting to restore a recording, a RestoreRecordingReply element is returned on success and a Fault element is returned on failure. For a complete list of fault return values, see Fault Element.

The two following examples demonstrate a successful recording restoration request and a failed request that generates a fault response.

Example 1

The following is an example of a successful recording restoration request. The interested recording is identified by name.

Request

<PlaceWareConfCenter authUser="apiuser" authPassword="Pa$$w0rd">
  <RestoreRecordingRequest>
    <StringQuery fieldName="name" operator="=" value="strategy"/>
  </RestoreRecordingRequest>
</PlaceWareConfCenter>

Reply

<PlaceWareConfCenter>
   <RestoreRecordingReply/>
</PlaceWareConfCenter>

Example 2

This example illustrates a recording restoration request that generates a fault response. The interested recording is already in an active state.

Request

<PlaceWareConfCenter authUser="BVTAdmin" authPassword="Pa$$w0rd">
   <RestoreRecordingRequest >
      <StringQuery fieldName="name" operator="=" value="apiRecording1" />
   </RestoreRecordingRequest>
</PlaceWareConfCenter>

Reply

<PlaceWareConfCenter>
   <Fault>
      <FaultCode>Client.BadState.Recording</FaultCode>
      <FaultString>The recording you are trying to restore is already in Active state. It should be in either Deleted or Expired state.</FaultString>
      <OptionList>
         <TimeOption value="2007-07-11T23:29:14Z" name="time">
         </TimeOption>
         <StringOption value="kn2k7sm54z" name="rapid.requestId">
         </StringOption>
      </OptionList>
   </Fault>
</PlaceWareConfCenter>
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