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From learning coding <>
Subject Re: Document Class
Date Wed, 28 Mar 2012 08:30:45 GMT
Hi Jeff

I am using FIlenet .
I am Sending a screen sht to Understand , what exactly i want to retrive.

[image: Inline image 1]

TO retrive this i tried

   session.getTypeDescendants("", 1, *true*)

I got Error  : *

*: Unknown repository or type!

I am able to play with ROOT FOLDER but not this DOCUMENT CLASS.

Hope u  with the screen shot u ll understand , what document class i am
talking about.

Plz help me to understand.

On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 5:24 PM, Jeff Potts <> wrote:
Combining your other email and this one, I am slightly confused about what
you are trying to do. I cannot tell whether you are attempting to retrieve
instances of folder objects or type definitions. The key to my confusion is
your use of "Document Class" which sometimes sounds like an instance of a
folder named "Document Class" and other times sounds like the name of a
custom type you've created.

Are you trying to retrieve instances of objects that are stored in the
repository? If that is what you are trying to do, there are several methods
available to you, including getChildren(), which is a method on Folder, or
getObjectByPath(), which is a method on Session, just to name two examples.

If you are not talking about object instances but instead are talking about
type definitions, you might be interested in the getTypeDefinition() method
on Session.

There are many good and helpful examples here:

The full JavaDocs can be found here:

Take a look at these examples and see if they help. If you continue to have
problems, you'll need to provide source code and error messages.


> On Mar 27, 2012, at 3:35 AM, learning coding wrote:
> > Hi ,
> >
> > I am new to CMIS.
> >
> > In Content Engine ,under the Object Store ,I have 4 repository.
> >
> > In repository I have many  Folder like Choice List,   Document Class,
> > ROOT folder, Storage Policy etc..
> > I know how to getRootFolder() and manipulate the Root folder using open
> > cmis jar files .
> >
> > But i need to access the Document class.
> > How to get the Document Class.
> > In side the Documen Class i have customized sub type of Document Class
> like
> > Emails,
> >
> > Thanks

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