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[protege-discussion] datagenie instances

ward ward.bemelmans at
Tue Nov 7 01:32:48 PST 2006

Jennifer Vendetti <vendetti <at>> writes:

> Ward,
> ward wrote:
> > I'm trying to import a MySQL-database into Protégé using a JDBC-driver. The 
connection is no problem : I
> see my tables, fields and values under the Datagenie-tab.  
> >
> > I even can see the tables under the classes-tab and the fields under the 
slots-tab, but my values don't
> appear as instances....
> >
> > What did I do wrong ?
> >   
> I don't know.  I tested the DataGenie tab here and it created 
> instances.  Are there any errors that are output to the Protege console 
> window?  Also, what version of DataGenie are you using?  Version 1.1, 
> which is distributed with Protege, or version 2.0.1 from our Wiki 
> (
> > What is anyway the best way to import a relational database (MS Access, 
MySQL, Oracle,... ?)with primary
> keys into Protégé ?
> >   
> According to the DataGenie documentation 
> (, you need to 
> use version 2.0.1 if you want it to process foreign keys.  If DataGenie 
> doesn't import your data in a format that is acceptable to you, you 
> could instead use the Protege API to programmatically import your data.  
> The API is documented on our Web site:
> Jennifer
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Hi Jennifer,
thanks for your answer;
I'm using DataGenie version 2.0.1.; 
Do you know if there are projects in the library (
bin/ using DataGenie version 2.0.1. based on a 
relational (MySQL)database ?
It's maybe more usefull to study an example...


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