ActiveCMIS Release 0.3.4

Git: http://github.com/xaop/activecmis
Documentation: http://rdoc.info/github/xaop/activecmis/master/frames
Author: XAOP bvba
Copyright: 2011
License: MIT License
## Synopsis ## 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. ## Features ## - 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.

Installation

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.

Usage

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