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3(2005-06-09)									    3(2005-06-09)

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 ref-
       erence that contains namespace and classname components, and rc which returns  the  opera-
       tion status (suppressed when NULL).

RETURN VALUE
       When successful the CMCIClientFT.enumInstanceNames() function returns a pointer to a CMPI-
       Enumeration 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  %s0,
		      status.rc, status.msg->hdl);	abort();
	  }

CONFORMING TO
SEE ALSO
       Common Manageability Programming Interface (CMPI) - OpenGroup,
       CMCIClient(3), CMPIEnumeration(3), CMPIObjectPath(3), CMPIStatus(3)

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