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Location information for a Collection via CML
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Looking for a way to get the location information for a collection (e.g., a movie in a cqc repo) in CML using the CQCMediaInfo class. Looks like location information is only available at the Item level and a collection that is a movie doesn't have any Items. Doesn't look like it is possible.
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There is collection level location info. If the location type indicates it's collection level based, then the location info at the collection level should be used. There's a LocInfo parameter in the GetColDetails method.
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That got added in the 2.4 beta's I guess. Didn't look at the beta docs. Thanks.
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