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[bioontology-support] password changes and more
whetzel at stanford.edu
Tue Nov 13 10:07:22 PST 2012
In addition to the BioPortal Web interface for viewing ontologies and posting comments on ontologies, there are also a number of Web services  to access the ontology content programmatically for use in third-party software applications. The Web service access is available for both private and public ontologies. Here is a link to a recent tutorial on the NCBO Web services .
I've confirmed the issue with the update password form and have created a bug report.
On Nov 13, 2012, at 6:45 AM, Fallon, Maureen wrote:
> I am having some interesting results when I try to change my password. I will make the change, after login of course, and the header will indicate, password successfully changed. When I log in later, the password is not recognized. However if I request a new one, and use that one later (random upper and lower case letters) it works. Please advise.
> Also, I am working on a new private ontology for now, using the Protégé 3.4.8 and BioPortal import plugin. I like the feature better than other import mechanisms. If I put the ontology on the BioPortal as private, will there be greater functionality for the BioPortal services. At this time I do have an API key, but have not had to use it. I look at the discussions every day and see that many other users are referring to REST services that use the key.
> GO HOKIES!!!
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Trish Whetzel, PhD
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