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19 Custom Access Settings API

This chapter provides an overview of Custome Access Settings API and describes the use cases using this API.

This chapter contains the following sections:

19.1 Overview

The Custom Access Settings Subsystem is used to provide a Web Services-based mechanism to retrieve Oracle Enterprise Repository Custom Access Settings (CAS). Example 19-1 describes a sample Custom Access Settings code.

Example 19-1 Example of Custom Access Settings Code

Working code for Custom Access Settings Open API methods.

package com.flashline.sample.customaccesssettingsapi;
import java.net.MalformedURLException;
import java.net.URL;
import java.rmi.RemoteException;
import javax.xml.rpc.ServiceException;
import com.flashline.registry.openapi.base.OpenAPIException;
import com.flashline.registry.openapi.entity.AuthToken;
import com.flashline.registry.openapi.service.v300.FlashlineRegistry;
import
 com.flashline.registry.openapi.service.v300.FlashlineRegistryServiceLocator;
public class CustomAccesssettings {
  public static void main(String pArgs[]) throws java.rmi.RemoteException,
      OpenAPIException {
    try {
      ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      // Connect to Oracle Enterprise Repository
      ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      URL lURL = null;
      lURL = new URL(pArgs[0]);
      FlashlineRegistry repository = new FlashlineRegistryServiceLocator()
          .getFlashlineRegistry(lURL);
      // //////////////////////////////
      // Authenticate with OER
      // //////////////////////////////
      AuthToken authToken = repository.authTokenCreate(
          pArgs[1],pArgs[2]);
      // ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      // Retrieve a List of Custom Access Setting Types
      // ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      String[] lRoleContextTypes = null;
      lRoleContextTypes = repository
          .customAccessSettingTypesGet(authToken);
      // ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      // Get Custom Access Setting Names
      // ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      String[] lCustomAccessSettingNames = null;
      lCustomAccessSettingNames = repository
          .customAccessSettingNamesGet(authToken, "asset");
      // ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      // Retrieve an array of Custom Access Setting Names of type "asset".
      // ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
      String[] rCustomAccessSettingNames = null;
      rCustomAccessSettingNames = repository
          .customAccessSettingDefaultNamesGet(authToken, "asset");
    } catch (OpenAPIException lEx) {
      System.out.println("ServerCode = " + lEx.getServerErrorCode());
      System.out.println("Message    = " + lEx.getMessage());
      System.out.println("StackTrace:");
      lEx.printStackTrace();
    } catch (RemoteException lEx) {
      lEx.printStackTrace();
    } catch (ServiceException lEx) {
      lEx.printStackTrace();
    } catch (MalformedURLException lEx) {
      lEx.printStackTrace();
    }
  }
}

19.2 Use Cases

This section describes the use cases using the Custom Access Settings API. It contains the following topics:

19.2.1 Use Case: Retrieve a List of Custom Access Setting Types

Description

This method is used to retrieve the list of Custom Access Settings Types as available in Oracle Enterprise Repository.

Sample code is as follows:

1.      String[] lCustomAccessSettingNames = null;
2.      lCustomAccessSettingNames =
 mFlashlineRegistry.customAccessSettingNamesGet(mAuthToken, "asset");

Annotations

Line 2 - Retrieve an array of Custom Access Setting Names of type "asset".

19.2.2 Use Case: Get Default Custom Access Setting Names

Description

This method is used to retrieve the list of Default Custom Access Settings of a particular type. An asset default Custom Access Setting is applied to all new assets, just as a file default Custom Access setting is applied to all new files, and so on.

Sample code is as follows:

1.      String[] lCustomAccessSettingNames = null;
2.      lCustomAccessSettingNames =
 mFlashlineRegistry.customAccessSettingDefaultNamesGet(mAuthToken, "asset");

Annotations

Line 2 - Retrieve an array of default Custom Access Setting Names of type "asset".