Delete a single news item

When deleting a specific news item by the ID of its master version, you must perform the following:

  1. Get the item.
    Get an instance of the master version with the specified ID.
  2. Delete the item.
    Mark the master version to be deleted and save the changes. 

The following code examples delete a news item by the ID of its master version:

Delete a single news item with the Native API


First, you get an instance of the NewsManager class. Then, you get the master version corresponding to the ID. You mark the news item to be deleted by calling the Delete method of the manager with the master version as an argument. Finally, you save the changes.

Delete a single news item with the Fluent API


First, you get the singular news item facade of the master version with the specified ID. To mark the item for deletion, you call the Delete method. Finally, you call SaveChanges.

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