UGC Record Object

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All records in UGC are described with a common Record object that has the following signature:

Record

  • ID (int)
  • RecordTypeName (string)
  • CreatedOn (DateTime)
  • CreatedBy (int)
  • ModifiedOn (DateTime)
  • ModifiedBy (int)
  • State (RecordState)
  • Reason (string)
  • Flagged (bool)
  • Spam (bool)
  • Illegal (bool)
  • AbuseCount (int)
  • Values (Dictionary<string, object>)
    • Key/value Dictionary of all of the user defined field values for the record.
    • There is a default property for this collection on the record class itself, eg: record[“FieldName”]
    • Accessing a field that does not exist on the record using the default property will return null, but this will throw a keyNotFound exception if this is done using the Values property. It is recommended to use the Values.TryKeyValue() method in this case.
    • All custom field values, apart from the ‘file’ types, are typed as strings.
    • Dates are in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss tt.
    • All file type fields are of the FileServiceMetaData type, with the following properties:
      • FileService
        • Enum of the Agility.UGC.API.FileServiceType
        • AmazonS3 = 0, YouTube = 1, Flickr = 2, Image = 3, Video = 4
      • FileServiceState
        • New= 0, Unprocessed = 1, Processed = 2, Error = 3
      • OriginalFilePath
        • The AmazonS3 path to where the file was originally uploaded to
      • Custom File Service Values
    • All of the other values, accessible via record.FileField.FileServiceValue or record.FileField[“FileServiceFieldValue”]. These values are specific to each file service, and may or may not be available depending on the state of the object in the file service.
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