How do I access the Kaltura Base Syndication Feed?

Hey, I have an export of the base syndication feed I got at some point through the API, but I’m having difficulties retrieving an updated version now that I’ve added things, I have forgot what call I made to the API.

To be clear, I’m trying to access this object, I believe:

I have been using the syndicationFeed api, I see filters for the Base XML in the List for that call, but I’m unable to display any in it’s full form. Please help, I need a reference to be able to transform it accurately.

It should begin something like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <rss xmlns:xsi="" version="2.0" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation=""> <channel> <title /> <link /> <description /> <items> <item> <entryId>0_74kqm699</entryId> <createdAt>1461785119</createdAt> <updatedAt>1461799702</updatedAt> <title>conten2t</title> <link>0_74kqm699</link> <type>1</type> <licenseType>-1</licenseType>

EDIT: Found my answer here
To retrieve the Generic Kaltura Syndication Feed, open the Kaltura API Test Console and follow these steps:
Generate a valid Kaltura Session using the session.start or
user.loginByLoginId actions. To learn more on how to use the API Test
Console, read: Using Kaltura’s API Test Console.Select the syndicationFeed service.Select the add action.Under syndicationFeed, select KalturaGenericSyndicationFeed and click Edit next to it.In the syndicationFeed:name field, enter a name (e.g: myGenericFeed) and make sure the checkmark next to the field is marked.If you are not using End-User Entitlements, make sure to set syndicationFeed:enforceEntitlement to 0 (default is 1).Click the Send button.In the result, locate the feedUrl node, and copy the URL inside it (it should look like this: the XML from the URL described in feedURL. This is the Generic Feed of that Kalura account.

Hmm, when I follow this guide the feeds I generate result in blank page, nothing loads. Strange. Am I maybe missing some required values?


I am assuming we’re talking about a CE installation, correct? while making the request, run:
# kaltlog
from the server’s shell and look at the errors. A blank page means the request is not coming back correctly, probably resulting in HTTP 500. In parallel to running kaltlog, open your browser’s dev tools and look for requests that ended with 40.n or 50.n.

Then, go to the relevant log [usually such errors will be logged to either /opt/kaltura/log/kaltura_api_v3.log or /opt/kaltura/log/kaltura_apache_*errors.log] and look at the lines leading to the final error.

Feel free to post them here [masking any sensitive data, of course] if you need more help.