Why don’t any MediaSpace categories show up when using category.list call ?
Is this a MediaSpace set up issue ?
Both KMS and KAK portals are functional.
@royg , check your "privileges". When you sign in via the developer portal, entitlements are being enforced by default. Of you manually use the session.start() or appToken.startSession(), you can use the privileges attribute and set the value to "disableentitlement" and that will get you what you're looking for.
Thomas Ellis | Principal Solutions Engineer | Kaltura
category.list is working for our KMC. Are you sure you don't have some filter in your call or maybe the KMS categories are just buried in the list. We have a lot of categories, for example:
Try filtering your call on the parent category for one of the KMSs and see what you get.
Hi @royg I've had the same issue.
When you generate the KS, you need to add "privileges". Sometimes "disableentitlement" works, but please check your privacycontext for the KMS root category. In our case I had to set as the "privileges" attribute "privacycontext:XXXXXX" where XXXXXXX is the privacycontext defined in the root KMS category (you can see it from the KMC).