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Tue May 10 12:29:34 2016  sync0p3:Hello. I'm having trouble using /anyObjects/search REST call... Trying to search my newly created objects always leads to UnsupportedOperationExcption: Need to specify AnyType.. I can list my objects using /anyObjects call just fine. Any ideas?
Tue May 10 12:34:37 2016  sync0p3:i'm using the standalone installation
Tue May 10 12:35:26 2016  sync0p3:so if you could for example show how to search the default PRINTER objects, it would be great
Tue May 10 12:37:05 2016  ilgrosso:hi sync0p3
Tue May 10 12:37:10 2016  ilgrosso:just a minute
Tue May 10 12:43:49 2016  ilgrosso:The URL for searching all anyObject instances of type PRINTER from the root realm is
Tue May 10 12:43:49 2016  ilgrosso:/anyObjects/search;realm=%2F?fiql=%24type%3D%3DPRINTER
Tue May 10 12:44:08 2016  sync0p3:thx, i'll try it
Tue May 10 12:45:01 2016  ilgrosso:Waiting for the 2.0 docs to be completed, you can find some reference of how to use the client library (if you are in Java)
Tue May 10 12:45:08 2016  ilgrosso:in the mailing lists archives
Tue May 10 12:45:13 2016  ilgrosso:for example: http://markmail.org/message/bnvjf7f3bido2fxu
Tue May 10 12:45:17 2016  sync0p3:ok, thaks
Tue May 10 12:45:34 2016  ilgrosso:FYI, the URL above was generated by this Java code:
Tue May 10 12:45:34 2016  ilgrosso: anyObjectService.search(
Tue May 10 12:45:34 2016  ilgrosso: new AnySearchQuery.Builder().realm(SyncopeConstants.ROOT_REALM).
Tue May 10 12:45:34 2016  ilgrosso: fiql(SyncopeClient.getAnyObjectSearchConditionBuilder("PRINTER").query()).build());
Tue May 10 12:48:07 2016  sync0p3:ok, it worked. Thanks a lot
Tue May 10 12:49:38 2016  ilgrosso:you're welcome
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