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.TH 3 2005-06-09 "sfcc" "SFCBroker Client Library"
CMCICLientFT.enumClasses() \- Enumerate classes and subclasss
.B #include <cmci.h>
.BI CMPIEnumeration *
.BI CMCIClientFT.enumClasses (CMCIClient* cl,
CMPIObjectPath* op,
CMPIFlags flags,
CMPIStatus* rc);
Enumerate Classies using \fIop\fP as reference. The content of the returned
classes can be controled using the \fIflags\fP parameter.
Arguments are the client object pointer \fIcl\fP, ObjectPath object
pointer \fIop\fP that contains namespace and classname components,
\fIflags\fP to affect the returned class structure content,
and \fIrc\fP the CMPI return status (suppressed when NULL).
The \fIflags\fP argument is a bit mask that can contain the flags
\fICMPI_FLAG_LocalOnly\fP, \fICMPI_FLAG_DeepInheritance\fP,
\fICMPI_FLAG_IncludeQualifiers\fP, and \fICMPI_FLAG_IncludeClassOrigin\fP.
When successful the \fBCMCIClientFT.enumClasses()\fP function returns
a pointer to a CMPIEnumeration object that contains each enumerated class
and sets a successful status code
in \fIrc\fR.
When unsuccessful it returns NULL and sets the \fIrc\fP argument with the
error code and and corresponding error string.
CMCIClient *cc;
CMPIObjectPath * objectpath;
CMPIInstance * instance;
CMPIEnumeration * enumeration;
CMPIStatus status;
/* Setup a conncetion to the CIMOM */
cc = cmciConnect("localhost", NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL);
objectpath = newCMPIObjectPath("root/cimv2", NULL, NULL);
enumeration = cc->ft->enumClasses(cc, objectpath, 0, &status);
if (!status.rc) {
fprintf(stderr, "operation error code %d description %s\n",
status.rc, status.msg->hdl);
Common Manageability Programming Interface (CMPI) - OpenGroup,
CMCIClient(3), CMPIEnumeration(3), CMPIObjectPath(3), CMPIFlags(3),