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CentOS 7.0 - man page for cmciclientft.execquery (centos section 3)

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

NAME
       CMCIClientFT.execQuery() - Query the enumeration of instances of a class

SYNOPSIS
       #include <cmci.h>

       CMPIEnumeration*
       CMCIClientFT.execQuery(CMCIClient*cl,
		      CMPIObjectPath*op,
		      constchar*query,
		      constchar*lang,
		      CMPIStatus*rc);

DESCRIPTION
       Query  the  enumeration of instances of the class (and subclasses) defined by reference op
       using the query expression.

       Arguments are the client object pointer cl, an ObjectPath object pointer op with the  ref-
       erence  that  contains  namespace  and  classname  components, the query expression string
       pointer in query, the query language identifier string  pointer	in  lang,  and	rc  which
       returns the operation status (suppressed when NULL).

RETURN VALUE
       When  successful the CMCIClientFT.execQuery() function returns a pointer to a CMPIEnumera-
       tion object that contains the class instances that match the query and sets  a  successful
       operation status code.  When unsuccessful it returns a NULL pointer and sets the operation
       status error code and corresponding error string in rc.

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

SFCBroker Client Library		       sfcc				    3(2005-06-09)
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