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[protege-discussion] Missing files in UMLS Tab Source Package

Jennifer Vendetti vendetti at
Wed Sep 6 18:26:41 PDT 2006

Hello Daniel,

The UMLS tab is dependent on the "RemoteKB tab":

Wiki page:
Source code:

If you don't want to checkout and compile the source code for the 
RemoteKB tab, you can just download the JAR file (remotekb-tab.jar) from 
the Subversion repository and put it on your classpath:

Alternatively, if you have Protege installed somewhere on your machine, 
you can grab the JAR file from the following directory:


In general, we only put dependent JAR files in the /trunk/lib/ directory 
for a project if the JARs are third-party libraries that are not created 
and maintained from within the Protege project, e.g., the owl trunk is 
dependent on the protege trunk but we don't store the protege.jar file 
in the owl/trunk/lib directory.


Daniel Holbert wrote:
> I downloaded the sources for Protege's UMLS tab from
> but it appears that some source files are missing, and as a result, it 
> won't compile.
> In particular, the following are some Java classes that are referenced 
> but don't exist anywhere in the source zipfile (as far as I can see), 
> causing compiler errors
> - RemoteKBTab
> - TreeRelationDisplay
> - RelationDisplay
> - The entire contents of the edu.stanford.smi.RemoteKBTab.toolbox 
> package (e.g. edu.stanford.smi.RemoteKBTab.toolbox.ListRelationDisplay)
> The binary jar distribution of the UMLS tab has .class files for all of 
> the above classes, so I'm guessing that the .java files exist but just 
> got left out of the source zipfile.  Can this be fixed, if possible?
> I might also just be missing something -- let me know if that's the 
> case.  I do have the jdom and kss-api libraries (which are required for 
> the tab), so those aren't the source of the issue.
> Thanks,
> Daniel Holbert
> PharmGKB
> Stanford University
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