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userManager.findAuthorizables(Query query)

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For UserManager interface findAuthorizables(Query query) method, query interface needs to be of org.apache.jackrabbit.api.security.user API. 

I have to restrict path of an iteration that happens over a property jcr:primaryType with value rep:user. How can I create a query so that I can utilize the above method? Or is there any other way to achieve this?

 

Below is the query that is being executed.

/jcr:root/home//element(*)[@jcr:primaryType='rep:User']

 

I need to change the path from /home to /home/users. Is there a way I can do that?

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@goyalkritika 

A query object can be passed to the findAuthorizable method. It has a single build(QueryBuilder) method, here are some examples: 

Iterator<Authorizable> result = userMgr.findAuthorizables(new Query() {
    public <T> void build(QueryBuilder<T> builder) {
        builder.setCondition(builder.eq("@name", vf.createValue("jackrabbit")));
    }
});

Iterator<Authorizable> result = userMgr.findAuthorizables(new Query() {
    public <T> void build(QueryBuilder<T> builder) {
        builder.setCondition(builder.gt("profile/@weight", vf.createValue(200.0)));
    }
});

Iterator<Authorizable> result = userMgr.findAuthorizables(new Query() {
    public <T> void build(QueryBuilder<T> builder) {
        builder.setCondition(builder.contains("profile/@color", "gold"));
    }
});

Iterator<Authorizable> result = userMgr.findAuthorizables(new Query() {
    public <T> void build(QueryBuilder<T> builder) {
        builder.setCondition(builder.exists("@poisonous"));
    }
});

Reference: https://jackrabbit.apache.org/oak/docs/security/user/query.html

 

 

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@goyalkritika 

A query object can be passed to the findAuthorizable method. It has a single build(QueryBuilder) method, here are some examples: 

Iterator<Authorizable> result = userMgr.findAuthorizables(new Query() {
    public <T> void build(QueryBuilder<T> builder) {
        builder.setCondition(builder.eq("@name", vf.createValue("jackrabbit")));
    }
});

Iterator<Authorizable> result = userMgr.findAuthorizables(new Query() {
    public <T> void build(QueryBuilder<T> builder) {
        builder.setCondition(builder.gt("profile/@weight", vf.createValue(200.0)));
    }
});

Iterator<Authorizable> result = userMgr.findAuthorizables(new Query() {
    public <T> void build(QueryBuilder<T> builder) {
        builder.setCondition(builder.contains("profile/@color", "gold"));
    }
});

Iterator<Authorizable> result = userMgr.findAuthorizables(new Query() {
    public <T> void build(QueryBuilder<T> builder) {
        builder.setCondition(builder.exists("@poisonous"));
    }
});

Reference: https://jackrabbit.apache.org/oak/docs/security/user/query.html

 

 

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