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From Alan.Gai...@tessella.com
Subject Re: Adding an arbitrary atom:link to an entry using OpenCMIS
Date Tue, 11 Feb 2014 21:08:45 GMT
Florian,

Thanks for the prompt response. I had been thinking of using a CMIS 
extension (I'm already using them for some descriptive metadata), but I 
need to include a link to a related application, so an AtomPub link seemed 
like a better "fit". I take your point about it not being available for 
other bindings, but the main client for our system will only be using 
AtomPub.

Thanks again,

Alan




From:   Florian Müller <fmui@apache.org>
To:     <dev@chemistry.apache.org>, <Alan.Gairey@tessella.com>, 
Date:   11/02/2014 18:15
Subject:        Re: Adding an arbitrary atom:link to an entry using 
OpenCMIS



Hi Alan,

No, it's not possible to add an arbitrary Atom link tag.
Can you explain what you want to achieve? A CMIS extension could be a 
better option because it would work for all bindings, not only for 
AtomPub.


- Florian


Am 11. Februar 2014 16:54:23 schrieb Alan.Gairey@tessella.com:

> I'm implementing a CMIS server using OpenCMIS 0.10.0. For certain object 

> types, I'd like to add an additional atom:link to the atom:entry 
returned 
> by the AtomPub bindings.
> The ObjectInfo interface appears to only define specific link types, 
that 
> are then used in AbstractAtomPubServiceCall.writeObjectEntry to build 
the 
> atom:entry.
>
> Is there any way I can add an arbitrary link (defining its rel, href and 

> type attributes myself)?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Alan




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