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Every user has collections that are generated by the server. They are useful for client-side purposes - the client stores his own statistics for these collections and then fills them with this files based on this data.
Please, do not modify or delete system collections.The collections have the following structure:
|id||int number of the collection|
|name||string name of the collection|
|created||datetime when the playlist was created|
|modified||datetime when the playlist was modified for last time|
|type||string what type of files could be kept in this list|
|ismine||bool is the playlist owned from the current user|
|system||bool if true, then the playlist was genereated by the server.|
|subtype||int If the collection was generated by the server, this indicates the exact collection type.|
|contents||array list with the metadata of the files in the collection. These fileds are added:|
If the collection is shows its contens as pages, then these fields are added:
|page||int the number of the current page. Starts from 1.|
|pagesize||int how many rows contains a single page. Default is 20.|
Items from the collection are automatically unlinked, if the server cannot find these items.
This can occur, if the item was moved to trash or sharing of a folder was stopped.
|0||generic collections - all type of files are allowed|
|1||playlists - only audio files are allowed in this collections|
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