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eZ Publish (5.x)

eZ Publish 5.x | For eZ Platform & eZ Studio topics see Technical manual and User manual, for eZ Publish 4.x and Legacy topics see eZ Publish legacy

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        // get the location service from the repository
        $locationService = $repository->getLocationService();
        // get the user service from the repsitory
        $userService = $repository->getUserService();
        // load admin user
        $user = $userService->loadUser(14);
        // set current user to admin
        $repository->setCurrentUser($user);
        try
        {
             // load the location info from the given location id
            $location = $contentService->loadContentInfo($contentId);
            // hide the location
            $hiddenLocation = $locationService->hideLocation($location);
            // print out the location
            print_r($hiddenLocation);
            // unhide the location
            $unhiddenLocation = $locationService->unhideLocation($hiddenLocation);
            // print out the location
            print_r($unhiddenLocation);
        }
        catch(\eZ\Publish\API\Repository\Exceptions\NotFoundException $e)
        {
            // react on location not found
            $output->writeln($e->getMessage());
        }
        catch(\eZ\Publish\API\Repository\Exceptions\UnauthorizedException $e)
        {
            // react on permission denied
            $output->writeln($e->getMessage());
        }

Receipt 15 - Deleting locations

If a content has more than one location the method

LocationService::delete(Location $location) 

removes the location and if exists all descendants of the location. However the content itself is untouched as it has still other locations.

If the deleted location is the last one of the content the content itself is deleted. This applies also to all descendants of the location.

Alternatively a location can also moved to the trash via the method:

TrashService::trash(Location $location)

Receipt 16 - Deleting Content

The result of deleting content is equivalent to deleting all locations of content (see Receipt 15).

It is done via the method:

ContentService::delete(ContentInfo $contentInfo)