ActiveCMIS Release 0.3.4
Author: XAOP bvba
License: MIT License
ActiveCMIS is Ruby library aimed at easing the interaction with various CMIS providers. It creates Ruby objects for CMIS objects, and creates Ruby classes that correspond to CMIS types.
- Read support for all CMIS object types
- Write support and the ability to create new objects.
- Support for paging
Changes since 0.3.5
- implement the possibility to set the timeout to be used by the Net::HTTP object (thanks to zedtux)
Changes since 0.3.4
- Fix a bug with checkin
Changes since 0.3.3
- added #set_versioning_state for documents (thanks to @zedtux)
- improve checking method to make more parameters optional (and use set_versioning_state when possible)
Changes since 0.3.2
- Fix for header of PUT request (thanks to @linzhixing)
- Improvement for integer conversion (thanks to @kennethgeerts)
- Correctly set the default namespace (reported by @brunospy)
Changes since 0.3.1
- Does not require ntlm-http unless needed for authentication
- Fix some issues with authentication (thanks to @beno)
- Follow redirects for renditions (thanks to @timfel)
Changes since 0.2.6
The way authentication works has changed. If you previously used ActiveCMIS.connect then you're fine, otherwise the authentication changes will affect you: the authenticate methods on ActiveCMIS::Server and ActiveCMIS::Repository now return a new object, and don't change the authentication on the object itself. You can also specify optional authentication when connecting to a Server, or when calling the repository method.
If you haven't installed Nokogiri yet it will be installed automatically, you will need a C compiler and the development files for libxml2.
> gem install active_cmis
ActiveCMIS also depends on ntlm-http for ntlm authentication, unfortunately ntlm-http is broken on ruby 1.9.x This isn't a problem as long as you don't actually try to connect with NTLM authentication. If you actually need NTLM authentication you can use https://github.com/xaop/ntlm-http (or any other fixed version of the library), although you may need to use bundler for this to work.
require 'active_cmis' repository = ActiveCMIS.load_config('configuration', 'optional_filename_for_config') f = repository.root_folder p f.items.map do |i| i.cmis.name end
And so on ...
Full documentation of the API can be found at rdoc.info