> videos = App.WorkWith().Videos().Get()
.Where(v => v.Status == ContentLifecycleStatus.Live);
foreach (Video v in videos)
I know Organizer is not the right attribute, but I haven't had much luck finding the taxa, specifically hierarchical taxa(categories), that a Video or any Content object belong to given the object.
Alternatively if I could *anonymously* access GET only on /sitefinity/services/content/videoservice.svc// that also might work. I just need the list of all videos and what categories they belong to.
I have developed a method starting from the taxonomy and getting associated videos but that ends up being n queries where n is the number of categories. Would the method of getting a content item then getting its associated taxa actually result in m queries in the backend where m is the number of videos?
If so I'll go with the taxonomy-first route.
Just throw me a free AJAX paged media gallery for video with user-selectable category filters starting at a specific point in the category hierarchy with a depth of 2 and the starting node invisible. Also different CSS classes for tier 1 and tier 2 categories. Hey, a guy can dream right?