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[protege-discussion] pprj file is never updated in multi-user db-backed projects

Tania Tudorache tudorache at stanford.edu
Thu Jan 25 10:43:21 PST 2007


Daniel,

I have added a bug report for the saving of the projects in file mode on 
the server. It seems that currently the projects are not saved, even if 
you set the save interval in the server start script:

http://smi-protege.stanford.edu/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=348

It was a design decision not to allow form configuration on the client 
side for performance reasons. This means that if you want to change the 
form layout of a class, you should edit the project locally on the 
server and all clients will get then the new layout when they next login 
in.

Even if you change the display slot in a client, this will not be saved 
in the server pprj file.

However, I could not reproduce the bug that you said about loosing the 
forms configurations if you change the name of a class.

Tania




Daniel Holbert wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I've just noticed that my pprj project file is never updated for my 
> DB-backed multi-user Protege project.  As a result, if I change the 
> name of a class in multi-user mode, then all of that class's forms 
> customizations will immediately disappear, because those 
> customizations are associated with the original class name in the pprj 
> file.
>
> I tried using the -DsaveIntervalSec command-line parameter to see if 
> that would fix it, but the pprj file was still never updated when I 
> changed class names.
>
> Are there any known fixes for this?  Or should I just make sure not to 
> change my class names when running in multi-user-mode for now?
>
>
> Thanks,
> ~Daniel
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