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Version: SDK-5.9.6

DeleteUserPost

public BackendReturnObject DeleteUserPost(string postIndate);

Note
This function provides the same feature as Social.Post.DeleteUserPostItem of the previous mail function.

Parameter

ValueTypeDescription
postIndatestringindate of the user mail to delete

Description

Deletes a user mail from the mail list. Admin mail cannot be deleted.

Upon deletion, any items that have not been claimed will also be deleted.

Example

Synchronous

// Get the inDate of the user mail to delete.  
var bro = Backend.UPost.GetPostList(PostType.User);

string postIndate = bro.GetReturnValuetoJSON()["postList"][0]["inDate"].ToString();

Backend.UPost.DeleteUserPost(postIndate);

Asynchronous

// Get the inDate of the user mail to delete.  
Backend.UPost.GetPostList(PostType.User, callback =>
{
string postIndate = callback.GetReturnValuetoJSON()["postList"][0]["inDate"].ToString();

Backend.UPost.DeleteUserPost(postIndate, callback2 =>
{
// Post-process
});

});

SendQueue

// Get the inDate of the user mail to delete.  
SendQueue.Enqueue(Backend.UPost.GetPostList, PostType.User, callback =>
{
string postIndate = callback.GetReturnValuetoJSON()["postList"][0]["inDate"].ToString();

SendQueue.Enqueue(Backend.UPost.DeleteUserPost, postIndate, callback2 =>
{
// Post-process
});

});

Return cases

Success cases

When the deletion is successful
statusCode : 204
message : Success

Error cases

When a non-existent postIndate is entered
statusCode : 400
errorCode : ConditionalCheckFailedException
message : The conditional request faile