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From "Jennifer Deigendesch (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (CMIS-951) Problem with applying policy
Date Tue, 29 Sep 2015 09:10:04 GMT


Jennifer Deigendesch commented on CMIS-951:

I wanted to test it against the InMemory repository, but it doesn't support policies (see

So I debugged the code again and the problem I found was that the client wants to get information
out of a dictionary with the following set of keys:
After this an exception is triggered: Operation not supported by the repository for this object

When I researched how the information was filled into this dictionary I found out that this
information is gained from the server by using a Read(url) over the following URL:

Hereby I get back a set containing different information but the information rel=""
is missing.

This means the exception is either triggered by not getting the correct set of information
from the server which leads to an incomplete entry in the dictionary or from searching with
the wrong set of keys in the dictionary.

It would be helpful to know if an object of the policy type can return an information with

> Problem with applying policy
> ----------------------------
>                 Key: CMIS-951
>                 URL:
>             Project: Chemistry
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: dotcmis
>    Affects Versions: DotCMIS 0.7
>         Environment: AtomPub
> CMIS for .NET
> C#
>            Reporter: Jennifer Deigendesch
>            Assignee: Florian Müller
>         Attachments: 00054-request (object).log, 00054-response (object).log, 00058-request
(policy).log, 00058-response (policy).log, AnswerMailinglist.msg, object.xml, policy.xml
> Hi altogether,
> I’m using DotCMIS 0.7 for .NET via AtomPub and I have a problem with applying a policy
to a document.
> First I already fixed the bug in PolicyService in method “ApplyPolicy” to load the
link for the given policyId and not for the objectId. But I’ll get the exception “Operation
not supported by the repository for this object”...
> I also find out, that the link relation of policies is not available in the binding cache.
Instead the link relation of allowable actions is available..
> I already tried to create and apply a policy via the CMIS Workbench (where the bug in
method "AppylPolicy" is already fixed) and it works.
> I've already written a mail to the mailing list. The answer is attached as well as the
logs of the traffic between client and server (and the XML files of the created object and
policy). There you can see that the server sends the policy link.
> I'm really happy to get help soon :)

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