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What is a difference between meeting types and supported services.

I tried to get user details from below endpoint

<bodyContent xsi:type="java:com.webex.service.binding.user.GetUser">

In response i got all the details of user including supportedServices  and  meeting type block

<use:supportedServices>

     <use:meetingCenter>false</use:meetingCenter>

     <use:trainingCenter>true</use:trainingCenter>

     <use:supportCenter>true</use:supportCenter>

      <use:eventCenter>false</use:eventCenter>

      <use:salesCenter>false</use:salesCenter>

</use:supportedServices>

<use:meetingTypes>

     <use:meetingType>220</use:meetingType>

     <use:meetingType>564</use:meetingType>

</use:meetingTypes>

What is a difference between supportedServices and meetingTypes block?

What it indicate?

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Cisco Employee

Hi Anand,

supportedServices is a more general setting that controls whether a user has access to an entire service (ie. Meeting Center). meetingTypes is an explicit setting that controls which specific meetingTypes a user has access to. For instance, if you have Training Center enabled on the site, you may have one standard meeting/session type that is default (created by WebEx) and one custom session type that you based off of that standard session type (for example, a custom session type that is identical to the standard one, but has Network Based Recording disabled). In this case, you could give a host access to the custom session type if you don't want them to be able to record. Hope that makes sense.

Kasey

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Cisco Employee

Hi Anand,

supportedServices is a more general setting that controls whether a user has access to an entire service (ie. Meeting Center). meetingTypes is an explicit setting that controls which specific meetingTypes a user has access to. For instance, if you have Training Center enabled on the site, you may have one standard meeting/session type that is default (created by WebEx) and one custom session type that you based off of that standard session type (for example, a custom session type that is identical to the standard one, but has Network Based Recording disabled). In this case, you could give a host access to the custom session type if you don't want them to be able to record. Hope that makes sense.

Kasey

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Thank you Kasey for your help.

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