I have just pushed changeset which enables Documentum 6.7 support in cmis-in-batch. Generally speaking OpenCMIS supports Documentum 6.7 out of the box, but cmis-in-batch required some additional modifications due to the way how Documentum handles paths to objects. Documentum allows multiple objects with the same name in a single folder and therefore it is impossible to uniquely address an object using a typical path. To solve this problem Documentum uses different path segments, each object name is represented in following form:
with name: 0900000b80001234_docname
without name: 0900000b80001234_
Other limitation of Documentum 6.7 CMIS is that it exposes only CMIS object types (document, folder and relationship) and not custom ones, therefore the fail-when-type function will not work as expected.
You can get the latest source code using Mercurial like this:
hg clone https://cmis-in-batch.googlecode.com/hg/ cmis-in-batch