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[protege-discussion] Is there a limit to organize in alphabetic order?!

Paula Gabriela paulag6 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 13 16:09:38 PDT 2006


Hi Tania,
Thanks a lot!
You really helped me!
PGMF

2006/9/13, Tania Tudorache <tudorache at stanford.edu>:
>
> Hi Paula,
>
> For optimization reasons, there is a limit in Protege for the number of
> instances of a class that are sorted in the InstancesTab (by default it
> is 1000). In order to sort the instances of a class, you need to have
> access to all instances of the class. If the number of instances is very
> big (say over 10000), then you will get a bad performance because you
> need to read all instances of a class in order to display them
> (especially if you are using the database backend). Using this
> optimization, if a class has more than 1000 instances, they will  not be
> shown in sorted order in the InstancesTab.
>
> You can change this limit, by setting the following line in
> protege.properties file:
>
>    ui.DirectInstancesList.sort_limit = 1100
>
> (Instead of 1100, write the limit you want)
>
> However, keep in mind, that the bigger you set the limit, the worse the
> performance of displaying the instances will get.
>
> Tania
>
>
> Paula Gabriela wrote:
>
> >This is my question:
> >
> > Is there a limit to organize in alphabetic order?!
> >When I  insert more than 1000 intances of people, for example, the
> protégé
> >stops to organize in alphabetic order.
> >Can I change this number (1000)?
> >If there's a way, please, I would like to know! =)
> >Thanks,
> >PGMF
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