Chemistry
  1. Chemistry
  2. CMIS-488

Support creation of unfiled objects via AtomPub

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      The CMIS 1.0 specification does not define how unfiled objects (documents and policies) can be created via AtomPub. Therefore OpenCMIS doesn't support it.

      The CMIS 1.1 draft closes this gap. It is possible to implement the proposed solution and still be CMIS 1.0 compliant. OpenCMIS should support this on the client and server side.

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        Florian Müller made changes -
        Field Original Value New Value
        Status Open [ 1 ] Resolved [ 5 ]
        Fix Version/s OpenCMIS 0.8.0 [ 12320775 ]
        Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]
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        Florent Guillaume added a comment -

        This is a bug tracker, please use the mailing-list for questions.

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        Florent Guillaume added a comment - This is a bug tracker, please use the mailing-list for questions.
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        Brian Tubbs added a comment -

        Hi Florian, I'm new to openCMIS and was merely wondering if you could point me to any information, samples, conceptual how-tos on how I might (for example), using openCMIS, ALSO send (along with an image document - i.e. a photo of building) associative data elements (an address field with the address of the building, city and state fields of the building with proper values, etc.)....for associating and storing...along with the image itself? Much thanks for your time and help...I haven't found much definitive on the subject, and being new, want to make sure I follow the best possible thing to try.

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        Brian Tubbs added a comment - Hi Florian, I'm new to openCMIS and was merely wondering if you could point me to any information, samples, conceptual how-tos on how I might (for example), using openCMIS, ALSO send (along with an image document - i.e. a photo of building) associative data elements (an address field with the address of the building, city and state fields of the building with proper values, etc.)....for associating and storing...along with the image itself? Much thanks for your time and help...I haven't found much definitive on the subject, and being new, want to make sure I follow the best possible thing to try.
        Florian Müller created issue -

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            Florian Müller
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