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[protege-discussion] Collaborative Protege - Help for a Begineer
usenet at mnet-mail.de
Fri Jul 6 02:42:30 PDT 2007
In client server mode there is no save button. If you use a database backend,
everything is saved there automatically. If you use a file based project on the
server - which is not recommended - you need to add a parameter to periodically
flush ontology to disk files on the server side.
Add option -saveIntervalSec=<no-of-seconds> to peridically save your file based
project to disk on the client side after the Protege main class:
Details are in:
The annotation ontology cannot be converted to a database project as Tania
answered to my question some days before. So you need to add this parameter to
get your annotation ontology saved even when you're using a database backend
on your main ontology.
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