Content Management Integration Services (CMIS) error messages 

Use the codes included in the error messages generated by IBM Connections to identify problems with Content Management Integration Services (CMIS) features.

Table 1. Content Management Integration Services (CMIS) error messages

Message Cause Solution
EJPVJ9000E: Object type {0} not found. Explanation: The provided object type id does not identify a valid type in this repository. User Response: Supply a valid object type id.
EJPVJ9001E: Repository {0} not found. Explanation: The provided repository id does not exist. User Response: No action is required, unless the repository is expected to exist, in which case the repository may need to be located in a backup.
EJPVJ9002E: Unable to create object of type {0} with request content type {1} Explanation: The provided object type id cannot be instantiated from a media type that is not representative of an atom entry. User Response: Attempt to create the resource using the atom entry content type.
EJPVJ9003E: Unable to add object {0} into folder {1} Explanation: The specified object cannot be filed in the specified folder. This could mean the object and/or folder does not exist or is not of the proper type supported by the repository. User Response: No action is required, unless the object is a file that exists, and should be filed in the specified collection.
EJPVJ9004E: Unable to remove object {0} from folder {1} Explanation: The specified object cannot be removed from the specified folder. This could mean the object and/or folder does not exist or is not supported state for the repository. User Response: No action is required, unless the object is a file that exists, and should be removed from the specified collection.
EJPVJ9005E: Unable to add a specific version to a folder. Explanation: The repository does not support the capability for version specific filing of resources. User Response: The user must choose to file all versions of the resource in the specified folder.
EJPVJ9006E: Unable to find object with id {0} Explanation: The specified object cannot be found in the repository. This could mean the object no longer exists in the repository. User Response: Supply a valid object id.
EJPVJ9007E: Unable to apply policy {0} to object {1} Explanation: The repository does not allow clients to apply policies to objects. User Response: Apply policies to resources following the product documentation.
EJPVJ9008E: Unable to remove policy {0} from object {1} Explanation: The repository does not allow clients to remove policies from objects. User Response: Apply policies to resources following the product documentation.
EJPVJ9009E: Unable to create document from source Explanation: The repository does not support the ability to create a document from a source. User Response: Attempt to create your document object using createDocument
EJPVJ9010E: Unable to create folder as child of parent folder {0} Explanation: The repository does not allow a folder to be created in this location due to repository constraint. User Response: Create the folder in the location that conforms with repository constraints.
EJPVJ9011E: Unable to create policy Explanation: The repository does not support the ability to create a policy. User Response: Define polices to resources following the product documentation.
EJPVJ9012E: Unable to create relationship Explanation: The repository does not support the ability to create a relationship. User Response: All relationships between repository resources are implicitly created by the repository.
EJPVJ9013E: Unable to delete the root object {0} in repository. Explanation: Clients are unable to delete the root resource in the repository as it would violate system constraint. User Response: Remove resources represented by a repository (i.e. user, community, widget) following product documentation.
EJPVJ9014E: Unable to delete the container for user's collections. Explanation: Clients are unable to delete the container for a user's collections in the repository as it would violate system constraint. User Response: Users may choose to delete an individual subfolder that represents a user's collection.
EJPVJ9015E: Unable to delete the container for user's files. Explanation: Clients are only able to delete individual user files with proper permission. User Response: Users may choose to delete an individual file.
EJPVJ9016E: Unable to delete the relationship object for an item's comments. Explanation: Clients are only able to delete the source and target objects for the relationship. User Response: Users may choose to delete a file or comment, but not the system managed relationship.
EJPVJ9017E: Unable to create document in parent folder with id {0} Explanation: Clients are only create documents in folders that support document creation. Please attempt to create the document in an alternate folder. User Response: Users may choose to create the document in an alternate folder that supports document creation.
EJPVJ9018E: Unable to delete a content stream on a document as it violates repository constraints. Explanation: Clients may update a content stream on a document, but they are unable to delete the content stream. User Response: Users may choose to modify the document content stream, but a content stream is always required.
EJPVJ9019E: Unable to delete a tree of content in the repository. Explanation: The ability to delete a tree of content is not supported at this time. User Response: Users may choose to delete individual items.
EJPVJ9020E: Unable to get renditions as operation is not supported. Explanation: The ability to retrieve renditions on content is not supported. User Response: Users may choose to delete individual items.
EJPVJ9021E: Unable to set content stream on object {0} of type {1} Explanation: The ability to set a content stream on this object type is not supported per its type definition. User Response: Set the content stream on an object that supports content stream storage.
EJPVJ9022E: Unable to modify object {0} of type {1} Explanation: Modification of properties on this object are not supported User Response: The schema restricts modification of this object's properties
EJPVJ9023E: Unable to find object at path {0} Explanation: The specified object cannot be found in the repository. This could mean the object no longer exists in the repository. User Response: Supply a valid object path.
EJPVJ9024E: Unable to get descendants Explanation: The optional capability to perform getDescendants is not supported on this repository. User Response: Users may traverse the repostitory with getChildren operations.
EJPVJ9025E: Unable to get folder tree Explanation: The optional capability to perform getFolderTree is not supported on this repository. User Response: Users may traverse the repostitory with getChildren operations.
EJPVJ9026E: Unable to apply access control to object of type {0} Explanation: The repository does not allow clients to apply access control to objects of this type. User Response: Apply access control to resources following the product documentation.
EJPVJ9027E: Unable to apply access control to objects in repository {0} of type {1} Explanation: The repository does not allow clients to apply access control to objects in repositories of this type. User Response: Apply access control to resources following the product documentation.
EJPVJ9028E: Unable to create or modify object of type {0} Explanation: The provided object type id is not known by the repository. User Response: Provide a valid object type id
EJPVJ9029E: Unable to get download history for object {0} Explanation: The repository does not support retrieval of a download history for an object of this type User Response: Provide a valid object id whose type supports the download history feature
EJPVJ9030E: Unable to restore object {0} from trash Explanation: The object type definition does not support the restore operation User Response: Provide a valid object id whose type supports the restore operation
EJPVJ9031E: Repository does not support a join in a query. The query, {0}, contains a join. Explanation: The repository does not support a join in a query statement. User Response: Provide a query that does not contain a join.
EJPVJ9032E: Repository does not contain an object type with query name {0}. Explanation: The repository does not contain an object type with the name provided, and therefore is unable to execute query. User Response: Provide a query name on an object type that exists in repository.
EJPVJ9033E: Object type {0} cannot be queried. Explanation: The object type definition prohibits query on this type. User Response: Provide a query on an object type whose definition allows query.
EJPVJ9034E: The repository is unable to support the query {0} Explanation: The query provided is not supported by the repository. User Response: Reference product documentation for supported query statements.
EJPVJ9035E: The repository is unable to support the query {0} because it is not a valid query syntax. Explanation: The query does not validate against CMIS query syntax. User Response: Reference product documentation for supported query statements.
EJPVJ9036E: Unable to find a CMIS provider for repository {0} Explanation: The repository requested may not exist or the id may not be correct. User Response: Provide a valid repository id that exists in the system.
EJPVJ9037E: Unable to find a CMIS provider for user {0} Explanation: The repository requested may not exist or the id may not be correct. User Response: Provide a valid user id that exists in the system and has a repository.
EJPVJ9038E: The path {0} is not a valid absolute path. Explanation: The path is not an absolute path. Either the path was empty, or did not begin with /, or contained consecutive path segment User Response: Provide a valid absolute path.
EJPVJ9039E: Unable to delete the latest version in version series due to repository constraint. Explanation: The repository does not allow the latest version in a version series to be deleted if it has prior versions because it is the current version. User Response: In order to delete this version, either delete all prior versions, or first restore a prior version to be the current version. At that time, you will be able to delete this version from the version series.
EJPVJ9040E: Unable to delete the object with id {0}. Explanation: The repository was not able to delete the object by id. User Response: Verify that the object exists, and the user has proper permissions to perform the delete action.
EJPVJ9041E: Unable to update object from source version because object types do not match between target and source objects. Target object is of type {0} but source object is of type {1}. Explanation: The repository was not update the object from its prior version due to incorrect parameters. User Response: Provide a source and target object identifier that belong to the same version series.
EJPVJ9042E: Unable to update object from source version because object type {0} is not a document. Explanation: Unable to update object from source version because the object is not of correct type. User Response: Provide a source and target object identifier that belong to the same version series and are a document type.
EJPVJ9043E: Unable to update object from source version because object type {0} is not versionable. Explanation: Unable to update object from source version because the object does not support versioning. User Response: Provide a source and target object identifier that belong to the same version series and are a document type that is versionable.
EJPVJ9044E: Unable to update object from source version because target object version series is {0} but source object version series is {1}. Version series between source and target must match. Explanation: Unable to update object from source version because the target and source object belong to different version series. User Response: Provide a source and target object identifier that belong to the same version series and are a document type that is versionable.
EJPVJ9045E: Unable to update object from source version {0} because it is already the current version. Explanation: Unable to update object from source version because the source object is the current version. User Response: Provide a distinct source and target object identifier that belong to the same version series and are a document type that is versionable.
EJPVJ9046E: Unable to recommend the object with id {0}. Explanation: The repository was not able to recommend the object because the object type is not recommendable. User Response: Consult the repository documentation for recommendable object types.
EJPVJ9047E: Unable to update object with id {0} because the change token does not match. Explanation: Unable to update the object because the change token does not match which indicates that the object has been updated since it was last retrieved. User Response: Retrieve the latest version of the object, merge in the new changes as appropriate and resubmit the updated request.
EJPVJ9048E: Invalid field name {0} for object type {1}. Explanation: The specified field name is invalid for the specified object type. User Response: Check the field names in the SELECT to make sure they are all valid fields for the specified object type.
EJPVJ9049E: The value {0} is the wrong type for field {1}. Explanation: The value provided in the WHERE clause is not the correct type for the specified field. User Response: Check the WHERE clause to make sure the field names and values are correct.
EJPVJ9050E: Repository does not support a join in a query. The query, {0}, contains multiple ORDER BY specifications. Explanation: The repository does not support a query statement with multiple ORDER BY specifications. User Response: Provide a query that does not contain multiple ORDER BY specifications.
EJPVJ9051E: Field name {0} for object type {1} is not orderable. Explanation: The specified field name for the specified object type is not orderable. User Response: Provide a query that contains orderable fields in the ORDER BY specification.
EJPVJ9052E: Field name {0} for object type {1} is a multi-valued property which is not supported for queries. Explanation: The repository does not support a query with a multi-valued property in the WHERE clause. User Response: Provide a query that does not specify a multi-valued property in the WHERE clause.


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