How to List Properties of a Document Class in IBM FileNet Content Engine

import java.util.Iterator;


import com.filenet.api.admin.ClassDefinition;
import com.filenet.api.admin.PropertyDefinition;
import com.filenet.api.collection.PropertyDefinitionList;
import com.filenet.api.core.Connection;
import com.filenet.api.core.Domain;
import com.filenet.api.core.Factory;
import com.filenet.api.core.ObjectStore;
import com.filenet.api.util.UserContext;

public final class FileNetSample {

  public static void main(final String[] args) throws Exception {
    final Connection conn = Factory.Connection.getConnection("http://localhost:9080/wsi/FNCEWS40MTOM"); // for the SOAP transport

    final UserContext uc = UserContext.get();

    final Subject subject = UserContext.createSubject(conn, "user", "password", null);


    final Domain domain = Factory.Domain.getInstance(conn, null);

    final ObjectStore os = Factory.ObjectStore.getInstance(domain, "Sample");

    final ClassDefinition cls = Factory.ClassDefinition.fetchInstance(os, args[0], null); // args[0] = class definition id

    final PropertyDefinitionList propLst = cls.get_PropertyDefinitions();

    final Iterator<?> propIter = propLst.iterator();

    while (propIter.hasNext()) {
      final PropertyDefinition prop = (PropertyDefinition);




2 thoughts on “How to List Properties of a Document Class in IBM FileNet Content Engine

  1. It’s a good idea to always balance UserContext.pushSubject() calls with matching popSubject() calls. You never know where a code fragment will get used, and the matching can be very important in web apps.

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