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IBM WCM find root site areas

 
Natt Gonzalez
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Hello,
I'm trying to recover the site areas that are direct children of the Library.
I have tried this wcmWks.findByPath("/", Workspace.WORKFLOWSTATUS_ALL);
wcmWks.findByPath("/libraryName", Workspace.WORKFLOWSTATUS_ALL);
wcmWks.findByPath("/libraryName/", Workspace.WORKFLOWSTATUS_ALL);
But I don't have results.
I have also tried wcmWks.findByType(DocumentTypes.SiteArea,Workspace.WORKFLOWSTATUS_ALL);
And here I have all the library's siteAreas but I only want the direct children.
Thanks in adavance.
 
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Hello,
I've solved my problem.
DocumentLibrary library = wcmWorkspace.getCurrentDocumentLibrary();
if (library == null) {
throw new LibraryNotFoundException(sRootLibPath);
}

QueryService queryService = wcmWorkspace.getQueryService();
Query folder= queryService.createQuery(Folder.class);
folder.addSelector(Selectors.nameEquals(nameFatherFolder));
folder.addSelector(
Selectors.libraryEquals(wcmWorkspace.getCurrentDocumentLibrary()));
ResultIterator results = queryService.execute(folder);
while(results.hasNext()) {
Folder it = (Folder) results.next();
ResultIterator childern= it.getChildren();
......
}

The problem was that I have a father folder called Content, I didn't know that.
 
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