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From "Erwin Moll - Nazca-I" <e.m...@nazcai.nl>
Subject RE: I: problem with getting contentstream of object
Date Mon, 08 Sep 2014 10:41:25 GMT
I've changed  the repository URL to 1.0 and that works perfect !

thanks for the help.


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Florian Müller [mailto:fmui@apache.org] 
Verzonden: zaterdag 6 september 2014 15:45
Aan: Erwin Moll - Nazca-I
CC: dev@chemistry.apache.org
Onderwerp: Re: I: problem with getting contentstream of object

Hi Erwin,

Many repository support both, CMIS 1.0 and CMIS 1.1. Check with repository vendor if there
is CMIS 1.0 URL and use this instead. DotCMIS should work fine with a CMIS 1.0 URL.

- Florian



> Hey Florian,
> 
> Repository is using 1.1 version (I noticed from the given URL and 
> workbench) ; from the Workbench I can inspect the object, get all extra properties and
use the Content URL Link to download it.
> 
> So a quick solution is instead of using the GetObject/GetContentstream 
> is using the https:// link with cmis:name/objectid and .Net webclient 
> to download it, or is there another (more neat) way with CMIS client 
> to do this ? I'm not a Java person that's why i chose the DotCmis 
> version :-)
> 
> regards,
> Erwin
> 
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Florian Müller [mailto:fmui@apache.org]
> Verzonden: zaterdag 6 september 2014 10:10
> Aan: dev@chemistry.apache.org
> CC: Erwin Moll - Nazca-I
> Onderwerp: Re: I: problem with getting contentstream of object
> 
> Hi Erwin,
> 
> Which repository are you connected to and which CMIS binding are you using?
> 
> 
> You get a "Property 'gu:letterCharacteristic' doesn't exist!" error message if either
the repository returns incorrect type definitions or if you try to connect to a CMIS 1.1 endpoint.
(DotCMIS does not support CMIS 1.1, yet).
> 
> Can you download this document with the CMIS Workbench?
> 
> 
> - Florian
> 
> 
>> Hello,
>>
>>  
>>
>> Using DotCMIS 0.7 version and trying to download a document using
>>
>>                     IObjectId _oid =
>> session.CreateObjectId(co["cmis:objectId"].FirstValue.ToString());
>>
>>                     IDocument cmdoc = session.GetObject(_oid) as 
>> IDocument;
>>
>>                     IContentStream retdoc = cmdoc.GetContentStream();
>>
>>  
>>
>>  
>>
>> I get an error on the GetObject (_oid)  on resolving the object to an 
>> IDocument I get an CMISRuntimeException:
>>
>>  
>>
>> Property 'gu:letterCharacteristic' doesn't exist!
>>
>>  
>>
>>    at DotCMIS.Client.Impl.ObjectFactory.ConvertProperty(IObjectType
>> objectType, IPropertyData pd)
>>
>>    at DotCMIS.Client.Impl.ObjectFactory.ConvertProperties(IObjectType
>> objectType, IProperties properties)
>>
>>    at DotCMIS.Client.Impl.AbstractCmisObject.Initialize(ISession
>> session, IObjectType objectType, IObjectData objectData, 
>> IOperationContext context)
>>
>>    at DotCMIS.Client.Impl.Document..ctor(ISession session, 
>> IObjectType objectType, IObjectData objectData, IOperationContext 
>> context)
>>
>>    at DotCMIS.Client.Impl.ObjectFactory.ConvertObject(IObjectData
>> objectData, IOperationContext context)
>>
>>    at DotCMIS.Client.Impl.Session.GetObject(String objectId, 
>> IOperationContext context)
>>
>>    at DotCMIS.Client.Impl.Session.GetObject(IObjectId objectId, 
>> IOperationContext context)
>>
>>    at DotCMIS.Client.Impl.Session.GetObject(IObjectId objectId)
>>
>>  
>>
>>  
>>
>> The object has extended properties (found this out on using the 
>> CMisWorkbech).
>>
>>  
>>
>> I'm only interested in getting the actual stream and not the 
>> properties so I tried to do the same with 
>> session.GetContentStream(_oid);
>>
>>  
>>
>> but then the stream is empty :
>>
>>  
>>
>> [DotCMIS.Data.Impl.ContentStream]: {DotCMIS.Data.Impl.ContentStream}
>>
>>     FileName: null
>>
>>     Length: null
>>
>>     MimeType: "application/pdf"
>>
>>     Stream: {System.IO.BufferedStream}
>>
>>  
>>
>> How can i resolve this quickly ?
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>> Erwin Moll
>>
>>
> 


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