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Data and Paging Attributes

All APIs are expected to wrap their resource and collection data in a data attribute. Resources have a single object under data, and collections have an array of objects.

Collections are paged and have a paging attribute in the response, in addition to data. When there is more paged data available, a next attribute is present on paging with a link to the next data set. If no more data is available, the next attribute is not part of the paging response. Alternatively, page and pageSize parameters can be used to access paged data. For example, GET /apis/assets?page=2&pageSize=100 tries and fetch videos (assets) 101-200 from the collection.

For example:

    "data": [
            "title": "InfoDevSession - 18/03/2014, 15:06",
            "description": "API Test",
            "active": false,
            "id": "3bc946a6-6720-41c0-8246-55e8119d1a5a",
            "ctime": 1401997809,
            "mtime": 1402002014,
            "tag": null,
            "duration": 60.34700000000001,
            "recording": false,
            "trimming": false,
            "importing": false,
            "movieTrackCount": 1
    "paging": {
        "results": 3,
        "pageSize": 1,
        "next": "https:/"


Many collections limit the maximum pageSize that can be used to 100. Requests that use a larger pageSize are automatically adjusted to the maximum value and the change is reflected in the paging properties returned in the API response.

This affects the main GET request on the collection (for example, GET /asset) on the following APIs: Assets, Sessions, Sources, Sections, Distribution Policies, EPG Schedules, Exports, Gateways, Groups, Schedules, Users.

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