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

NAME
       CMCIClientFT.getInstance() - Get class instance

SYNOPSIS
       #include <cmci.h>

       CMPIInstance*
       CMCIClientFT.getInstance(CMCIClient*cl,
		      CMPIObjectPath*op,
		      CMPIFlagsflags,
		      char**properties,
		      CMPIStatus*rc);

DESCRIPTION
       Get  class  instance  using  op	as  reference. The content of the returned class instance
       structure can be controled using the flags parameter.

       Arguments are the client object pointer cl, ObjectPath object  pointer  op  that  contains
       namespace  and classname components, flags to affect the returned class instance structure
       content,
	properties array, and rc which returns the operation status (suppressed when NULL).

       The flags argument is a bit mask that can contain combinations of the  following  flags	-
       CMPI_FLAG_LocalOnly, CMPI_FLAG_IncludeQualifiers, and CMPI_FLAG_IncludeClassOrigin.

       The  properties	array  defines what properties should be returned for the class.  If this
       argument is not NULL, only the class properties in the list are returned.   If  it's  NULL
       all class properties are returned.

RETURN VALUE
       When  successful  the  CMCIClientFT.getInstance()  function returns a pointer to a CMPIIn-
       stance object and sets a successful status code for rc.	When unsuccessful it returns NULL
       and sets the rc argument with the error code and and corresponding error string.

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

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