Removing Entitled Users Via cURL

#1

Hi all,

I’m working with using Kaltura’s API to edit video’s metadata, specifically I am trying to add/remove entitled users to the media. I have successfully been able to add entitled users using this cURL statement:

curl -X POST https://www.kaltura.com/api_v3/service/media/action/update
-d “ks=$KALTURA_SESSION”
-d “entryId=%091_xyfy02bs”
-d “mediaEntry[entitledUsersEdit]=user”
-d “mediaEntry[entitledUsersPublish]=user”
-d “mediaEntry[objectType]=KalturaMediaEntry”

but I do not see anywhere in the VPaaS documentation to delete the specific user that I had just inputted. Anyone have an idea what I can do to accomplish this?

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#2

Hi @czehner1,

If you’re working with the content entitlement mechanism, which is also what KMS [Kaltura MediaSpace] is using, please see:
https://developer.kaltura.com/api-docs/Secure_Control_and_Govern/Content-Entitlements-Privacy-Enforcement.html
https://developer.kaltura.com/api-docs/Secure_Control_and_Govern/Content-Categories-Management.html

If you’re just trying to remove a user from mediaEntry.entitledUsersEdit and mediaEntry.entitledUsersPublish , this too should be done with a media.update() request.
Otherwise, please be more specific as to what you’re trying to accomplish so I can advise you further.
Cheers,

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