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[bioontology-support] [bioontology-curator] Bioportal login issues

Ray Fergerson ray.fergerson at
Thu Mar 13 15:00:47 PDT 2014

I suggest clearing your cache and trying again. The registration page
should have an image of text for you to enter. I am also using Firefox and
it works for me. Perhaps this is removed because you are blocking images
(or ads?).


It sounds like you are still using the old system, which is about to be
shutdown. If by ontology id you mean something like "1234" then this is
the old system. The ids for ontologies on the new system are acronyms.
There are new widgets which work with the next system.




From: bioontology-curator
[mailto:bioontology-curator-bounces at] On Behalf Of
sridevi polavaram
Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 12:42 PM
To: BioPortal Curators
Subject: [bioontology-curator] Bioportal login issues


Dear Curator,

 I had setup my account in Biportal and have been managing two resources
on it. Here are the acronyms that are listed in bioportal:

(a) NCBI_NMOsp_1_2_2

(b) H1_NMOABA_4_1

These two are currently setup as view to NCBI taxonomy and ABA ontologies.

Mainly, I have been using the auto completion web service using the
ontology IDs. But now, i am having a couple of issues with the system. 

1. first of all i am not able to login with my existing user account, so i
tried to create a new login for which i get an error! (see attachment)

2. I don't see ontology IDs for these resources. Can i still be able to
use the auto completion widget? 

Please let me know if you can resolve these issues as i am trying to
upload latest versions to the Bioportal. 

Thank you,


Lab IT Supervisor/Neuroscience PhD candidate
Computational Neuroanatomy Group
Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study
George Mason University
spolavar at
Phone: 703-993-4376 (O)


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