Hello all,

 

We are working on a CMIS repository server and we have been using chemistry 0.8.0 for some time.

Recently we have upgraded to the latest version 0.10.0 and we have found some unexpected behaviour.

 

Our goal is to comply with CMIS 1.0, so what I have made is to throw an exception in those parts of the code related to CMIS 1.1, eg:

 

In our class that implements org.apache.chemistry.opencmis.commons.definitions.TypeDefinition:

@Override

public TypeMutability getTypeMutability() {

       throw new UnsupportedOperationException("getTypeMutability(): Operation not available. CMIS 1.1");

}

 

 

My surprise when I try to connect to the server and I get the previous exception.

In the class org.apache.chemistry.opencmis.commons.impl.WSConverter about line 980, we could see:

 

if (typeDefinition.getTypeMutability() != null) {

TypeMutability typeMutability = typeDefinition.getTypeMutability();

 

At this point, I suppose you know the version of CMIS implemented by the server,

Is there any way to check the CMIS version before using TypeMutability?

 

Regards.

 

Jorge MARTIN CUERVO

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