cmis-client man page

______cmis-client ____ — command line CMIS client tool.

Synopsis

cmis-client help

cmis-client [-v] --url url://to/binding list-repos

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id repo-infos

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id show-root

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id get-content id

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id --input-file path/to/file --input-type mime/type [--input-name name.ext] set-content id

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id [--object-type some:cmistype] [--object-property prop-id=prop-value...] create-folder parent-id name

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id --input-file path/to/file --input-type mime/type [--input-name name.ext] [--object-type some:cmistype] [--object-property prop-id=prop-value...] create-document parent-id name

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id [--object-property prop-id=prop-value...] update-object object-id

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id [type-by-id] | [show-by-id] | [show-by-path] | [delete] arg...

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id [checkout] | [cancel-checkout] | [get-versions] arg

cmis-client [-v] [-u login] [-p secret] --url url://to/binding -r repo-id [--input-file path/to/file] [--input-type mime/type] [--input-name name.ext] [--object-property prop-id=prop-value...] [--major] [--message] checkin pwc id

Description

The cmis-client tool sends queries over the net to a CMIS-enabled server to access or modify its content. It is originally demonstrating what libcmis is capable of.

Options

Global Options

-v, --verbose

Shows a lot of information to monitor what is happening behind the scene. This helps a lot to debug libcmis.

--help

Show the help and exit. This is equivalent to use the help command.

--url url://to/binding

url://to/binding needs to point to the service document of either AtomPub or WebService binding.

-r,--repository repo-id

Operate on the repo-id CMIS repository. If there is only one repository on the server, this parameter is not needed and that repository will be automatically selected. Use this parameter if there are several repositories on the server.

-u,--username login

Connect as login to the CMIS server. If not provided connect anonymously.

-p,--password secret

Use secret to authenticate on the CMIS server.

--no-ssl-check

Disables the SSL certificate verifications. Lowers the security, but may be handy to work around bad certificates like expired or self-signed ones.

--proxy url

Use url as the HTTP proxy. Setting this value will override the system proxy settings.

--proxy-username login

Use login to authenticate on the HTTP proxy.

--proxy-password secret

Use secret to authenticate on the HTTP proxy.

--noproxy list

Proxy settings won't apply to hostnames and domain names listed in list. This value is a coma separated list.

--oauth2-client-id client_id

Application client id to use in the OAuth2 authentication flow.

--oauth2-client-secret client_secret

Application client secret to use in the OAuth2 authentication flow.

--oauth2-auth-url url

URL to authenticate the user in the OAuth2 authentication flow.

--oauth2-token-url url

URL to authenticate the application in the OAuth2 authentication flow. The access and refresh tokens are provided by this URL.

--oauth2-redirect-uri uri

URI where the OAuth2 authentication flow will redirect after a sucessful authentication.

--oauth2-scope scope

Requested scope to access in the OAuth2 authentication flow.

Modification Operations Options

--input-file path/to/file

Upload path/to/file as the new content stream of the object.

--input-type mime/type

Set the mime type of the new content stream of the object to mime/type.

--input-name name.ext

Set the remote content stream filename of the new content stream of the object to name.ext.

--object-type some:cmistype

Set the object type of the CMIS object to be created to some:cmistype. This is the equivalent of --object-property cmis:objectTypeId=some:cmistype.

--object-property prop-id=prop-value

Set a property to be updated or added to the CMIS object. prop-id is the property definition id and prop-value is the value to set on it.

--major

Create a major version when performing a checkin.

-m, --message message

Set the checking message.

Commands

help

Show the help and exit.

list-repos

List the repositories available on the server.

repo-infos

Displays the informations and capabilities of the selected repository

show-root

Displays the root node infos and children.

get-content id

Download the content of the CMIS object corresponding to id in the current directory.

set-content id

Upload a file as the content stream of the CMIS object corresponding to id.

create-folder parent-id name

Create a sub folder in folder parent-id named name. The default type of the folder to create is cmis:folder, but this can be changed using --object-type option.

create-document parent-id name

Create a document in folder parent-id named name. The default type of the document to create is cmis:document, but this can be changed using --object-type option.

Note that the --input-file and --input-type may be mandatory, depending on the type of the document to create and its constraints.

update-object object-id

Replace the writeable properties given with --object-property option on the object matching id object-id.

type-by-id arg...

Displays the infos and children (if any) of all the CMIS types corresponding to the listed ids.

show-by-id arg...

Displays the infos and children (if any) of all the CMIS objects corresponding to the listed ids.

show-by-path arg...

Displays the infos and children (if any) of all the CMIS objects corresponding to the listed paths.

delete arg...

Deletes the CMIS objects corresponding to the listed ids. If the node is a folder, its content will be removed as well.

checkout arg

Checkout the document corresponding to the provided id and display the infos of the created private working copy.

cancel-checkout arg

Cancel the Private Working Copy corresponding to the node id.

get-versions arg

Display the versions (if any) of all the CMIS object corresponding to the provided id.

checkin arg

Check in the private working copy corresponding to the provided id and display the infos of the resulting document. Use the --major and --message options to define the version to create and the commit to associate to it. Note that repositories without the ability to update the private working copies will need the --input-file, --input-type and --object-property options.

Usage

Displays the root node of repository A1:

cmis-client -r A1 --url http://localhost/atom show-root

Displays the nodes with id 133 and 116 of repository A1:

cmis-client -r A1 --url http://localhost/atom show-by id 133 116

Author

Cédric Bosdonnat cbosdo

Info

2012-02-21 cmis-client 0.2.0 cmis-client 0.2.0