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Assets

Wether you have only a few or many Assets in your game, it's great to be familiar with managing them so that you can find, edit, and activate (or deactivate) them easily and quickly.

Organizing & Searching for Assets

If your game has a lot of different Assets, you might want to search or organize your Asset Manager screen. To search for an Asset, enter your search terms into the search box in the top right corner of the Asset Manager screen.
Assets in the Asset Manager are sorted by Context by default. To sort by a different filter, click the title of the column in the Asset Manager. To edit the columns that are visible in the Asset Manager, click the cog icon next to the search bar.

Editing an Asset

To edit an Asset’s data, click on the Edit button associated with the Asset you would like to edit on the right side of the Asset Manager screen.
It is only possible to make edits to an Asset while in the Staging Environment. Learn more about the different environments here.

Activating / Deactivating an Asset

By default, new Assets are inactive. An inactive Asset is not sent to your game and cannot be granted to a player. To activate an Asset, click the green Activate button when editing an Asset. Similarly, to deactivate an Asset, click the red Deactivate button.
If you deactivate an Asset it will be hidden from your player's inventories

Retrieve Assets In-Game

To start retrieving assets you can run following:
Unity
int count = 10;
LootLockerSDKManager.GetAssetListWithCount(count, (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully retrieved " + response.assets.Length + " assets");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error retrieving assets");
}
});
After the initial method has completed retrieving assets you can call this method to get more:
Unity
LootLockerSDKManager.GetAssetNextList(count, (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully retrieved second batch of " + response.assets.Length + " assets");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error retrieving assets");
}
});
If you want to retrieve all you asets you can keep calling the method until you stop receiving assets.
After finishing retrieving the assets you need, it's best practice to run the following code, as if you try to get assets later, you might start from your previous last retrieved asset.
Unity
LootLockerSDKManager.ResetAssetCalls();

Retrieve Assets With Filter

Unity
int count = 10;
List<LootLocker.LootLockerEnums.AssetFilter> filter = new List<LootLocker.LootLockerEnums.AssetFilter>() { LootLocker.LootLockerEnums.AssetFilter.nonpurchasable };
​
LootLockerSDKManager.GetAssetListWithCount(count, (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully retrieved " + response.assets.Length + " assets");
​
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error retrieving assets");
}
}, filter);

Retrieve Assets by IDs

If you already know the IDs of the assets you wish to get, you can use this method to retrieve them specifically.
Unity
string[] list = new string[] { "8111" };
​
LootLockerSDKManager.GetAssetsById(list, (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully retrieved " + response.assets.Length + " assets");
Debug.Log("First Asset ID: " + response.assets[0].id);
​
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error retrieving assets");
}
});

Retrieve Favorite Assets

Unity
LootLockerSDKManager.ListFavouriteAssets((response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully retrieved " + response.favourites.Length + " assets");
​
if (response.favourites.Length > 0)
{
Debug.Log("First Asset ID: " + response.favourites[0]);
} else
{
Debug.Log("No favourite assets");
}
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error retrieving assets");
}
});

Add Favorite Asset

Unity
LootLockerSDKManager.AddFavouriteAsset("8111", (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully favourited asset");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error favouriting asset");
}
});

Remove Favorite Asset

Unity
LootLockerSDKManager.RemoveFavouriteAsset("8111", (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully removed favourite asset");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error removing favourite asset");
}
});

Working With Assets For Player in Game

Get All Key Value Pairs to an Instance

Unity
LootLockerSDKManager.GetAllKeyValuePairsToAnInstance(45781352, (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
if (response.storage.Length > 0)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully retrieved " + response.storage.Length + " key value pairs");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("No key value pairs for asset instance");
}
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error retrieving assets");
}
});

Get A Key Value Pair By Id

Unity
int assetInstanceID = 84;
int keyValueID = 1;
LootLockerSDKManager.GetAKeyValuePairByIdForAssetInstances(assetInstanceID, keyValueID, (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully retrieved key value pair");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error retrieving key value pair");
}
});

Create A Key Value Pair

Unity
LootLockerSDKManager.CreateKeyValuePairForAssetInstances(45781352, "some-new-key", "value here", (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully created key value pair for asset instance");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error creating key value pair");
}
});

Update One Or More Key Value Pairs

Unity
int assetInstanceID = 84;
​
Dictionary<string, string> multipleTestKeys = new Dictionary<string, string>();
​
multipleTestKeys.Add("some-new-key", "Some value");
multipleTestKeys.Add("some-other-key", "Some other value");
LootLockerSDKManager.UpdateOneOrMoreKeyValuePairForAssetInstances(assetInstanceID, multipleTestKeys, (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully updated key value pairs");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error updating key value pairs");
}
});

Delete Key Value Pair

Unity
int assetInstanceID = 84;
int keyValuePairID = 1;
​
LootLockerSDKManager.DeleteKeyValuePairForAssetInstances(assetInstanceID, keyValuePairID, (response) =>
{
if (response.success)
{
Debug.Log("Successfully removed key value pair");
}
else
{
Debug.Log("Error removing key value pair");
}
});