Modify video libraries

To modify a video library, you must perform the following:

  1. Get the video library.

    Get an instance of the video library that you want to modify.

  2. Modify the instance of the video library.

    Set the properties of the instance to the new values.

  3. Save the video library.

    Save the changes that have been made to the video library.

The example below shows you how to modify a video library by its ID.

Modifying a video library by its ID

The following code modifies a video library by its ID.

Native API


First, you get an instance of the LibrariesManager class. Then, you get the video library with the specified ID. You update the values of the properties of the video library. In this example you modify the title of the video library and its URL. Finally, you call SaveChanges to persist the changes.

Fluent API


First, you check whether a video library with the specified ID exists. Then, you get the singular facade of the video library with the specifiedID. To modify the video library, you call the Do method of the facade. In this example you update the title of the video library and its URL. Finally, to save the changes, you call the SaveChanges method of the facade.

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