When publishing a video in Show and Share, you can schedule a video. One of the options when scheduling is to Archive the video after a specified play time. I have been told that when your video hits the time listed for Archiving, your video should go back to draft status. My videos become hidden but are still published. You will not see them unless you search for them. Which way is it supposed to work?
Do you mean, you the Author can still see the video, but people you published the video to can no longer see it after it has been moved to Archive? This is the way my Cisco rep thought the process worked but it is not the way my enviroment works.
In my enviroment, after the video is moved to Archive, the people I publish the video to can still find it by doing a search.
From the case notes, I see that you have questions about the archive feature on the SnS. From what I researched & can interpret archiving hides the video from the main page but it is still searchable by a manual search.
Other customer’s have had a confusion about this also because a general understanding is that archiving a video should delete it & should not be available even after a manual search, and subsequently there was a enhancement filed for it as bug CSCtq87207.
From the above one thing is clear archiving a video would not return it to draft mode, rather would hide it from the main page.
Also, looking at the user guide for v5.3.x, around the top portion, this is what it says “Schedule exactly when it should be archived (hidden from other users)”. This also indicates that archiving would have an effect of hiding the video & not returning it to draft state.
Thanks for sending this along. The TAC person said it better that I but yes today it only hides the video but does not delete it. By hide it just removes it from the list of videos which is what I meant in my first post. It can still be searched for when needed.
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