CMCIClientFT.enumInstanceNames (3) - Linux Man Pages

CMCIClientFT.enumInstanceNames: Enumerate instance names of a class

NAME

CMCIClientFT.enumInstanceNames() - Enumerate instance names of a class

SYNOPSIS

#include <cmci.h>

CMPIEnumeration*
CMCIClientFT.enumInstanceNames(CMCIClient*cl,

CMPIObjectPath*op,
CMPIStatus*rc);

DESCRIPTION

Enumerate Instance Names of the class (and subclasses) defined by op.

Arguments are the client object pointer cl, an ObjectPath object pointer op with the reference that contains namespace and classname components, and rc which returns the operation status (suppressed when NULL).

RETURN VALUE

When successful the CMCIClientFT.enumInstanceNames() function returns a pointer to a CMPIEnumeration object that contains strings for each instance name found for the class and sets a successful operation status code in rc. When unsuccessful it returns a NULL pointer and sets the operation status error code and corresponding error string in rc.

ERRORS

EXAMPLES


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->enumInstanceNames(cc, objectpath, &status);


if (!status.rc) {         fprintf(stderr, "operation error code %d description %s,
                        status.rc, status.msg->hdl);
        abort();

}

CONFORMING TO

SEE ALSO

Common Manageability Programming Interface (CMPI) - OpenGroup,
CMCIClient(3), CMPIEnumeration(3), CMPIObjectPath(3), CMPIStatus(3)