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Module containing the CmisClient object, which is responsible for
keeping track of connection information. The name 'model' is no longer
really appropriate, but it is kept for backwards compatibility.
from atompub_binding import AtomPubBinding
from cmis_services import Binding
from domain import CmisObject, Repository
import logging
moduleLogger = logging.getLogger('cmislib.model')
class CmisClient(object):
Handles all communication with the CMIS provider.
def __init__(self, repositoryUrl, username, password, **kwargs):
This is the entry point to the API. You need to know the
:param repositoryUrl: The service URL of the CMIS provider
:param username: Username
:param password: Password
>>> client = CmisClient('http://localhost:8080/alfresco/s/cmis', 'admin', 'admin')
self.repositoryUrl = repositoryUrl
self.username = username
self.password = password
self.extArgs = kwargs
if (kwargs.has_key('binding') and (isinstance(kwargs['binding'], Binding))):
self.binding = kwargs['binding']
self.binding = AtomPubBinding(**kwargs)
self.logger = logging.getLogger('cmislib.model.CmisClient')'Creating an instance of CmisClient')
def __str__(self):
"""To string"""
return 'CMIS client connection to %s' % self.repositoryUrl
def getRepositories(self):
Returns a dict of high-level info about the repositories available at
this service. The dict contains entries for 'repositoryId' and
>>> client.getRepositories()
[{'repositoryName': u'Main Repository', 'repositoryId': u'83beb297-a6fa-4ac5-844b-98c871c0eea9'}]
return self.binding.getRepositoryService().getRepositories(self)
def getRepository(self, repositoryId):
Returns the repository identified by the specified repositoryId.
>>> repo = client.getRepository('83beb297-a6fa-4ac5-844b-98c871c0eea9')
>>> repo.getRepositoryName()
u'Main Repository'
return self.binding.getRepositoryService().getRepository(self, repositoryId)
def getDefaultRepository(self):
There does not appear to be anything in the spec that identifies
a repository as being the default, so we'll define it to be the
first one in the list.
>>> repo = client.getDefaultRepository()
>>> repo.getRepositoryId()
return self.binding.getRepositoryService().getDefaultRepository(self)
def _processCommonErrors(self, error):
Maps HTTPErrors that are common to all to exceptions. Only errors
that are truly global, like 401 not authorized, should be handled
here. Callers should handle the rest.
if error.status == 401:
raise PermissionDeniedException(error.status, error.url)
elif error.status == 400:
raise InvalidArgumentException(error.status, error.url)
elif error.status == 404:
raise ObjectNotFoundException(error.status, error.url)
elif error.status == 403:
raise PermissionDeniedException(error.status, error.url)
elif error.status == 405:
raise NotSupportedException(error.status, error.url)
elif error.status == 409:
raise UpdateConflictException(error.status, error.url)
elif error.status == 500:
raise RuntimeException(error.status, error.url)
defaultRepository = property(getDefaultRepository)
repositories = property(getRepositories)