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[protege-discussion] question about 'using protege forms in other appications'

Jens Selbach Jens.Selbach at
Wed Mar 7 23:34:45 PST 2007

Hi Yun,
in protege frames you see instance id in the window header.
If you add slot :NAME to your class, you will also have this instance id in the 
instance form and may change it to anything you like als long as it's a unique
identifier within your ontology.


	Von: protege-discussion-bounces at [mailto:protege-discussion-bounces at] Im Auftrag von Yun Lin
	Gesendet: Mittwoch, 7. März 2007 21:56
	An: User support for Core Protege and the Protege-Frames editor
	Betreff: Re: [protege-discussion] question about 'using protege forms in other appications'
	Hi, Jennifer,
	Thanks for the reply. Can you tell me where I can find the the instance name like 'instance_00015'? I did not find it from the Protege user interface. 
	Kind Regards, 
	On 3/7/07, Jennifer Vendetti <vendetti at> wrote: 

		Hello Yun,
		Samson Tu wrote:
		> I don't think the sample code on works for OWL.
		Just a small correction.  Tania tested the example code on our Web site
		yesterday that was originally written for Protege-Frames ontologies and
		confirmed that it does also work for Protege-OWL ontologies. 
		In Protege, it is possible to view the underlying system names for
		instances via the user interface - they show up automatically in the
		Instances tab is you don't have a browser slot configured for your class. 

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