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[protege-discussion] Changes captured into database

Daniel Holbert holbert at helix.stanford.edu
Mon Mar 19 05:05:36 PDT 2007


Just wanted to add my support to this -- full traceability of all user 
changes would be awesome. (in my case, for a db-backed multi-user 
protege-frames project)

Thanks,
~Daniel

Markus Bohr wrote:
>> Hi Markus,
> Tania Tudorache <tudorache <at> stanford.edu> writes:
>> This is not supported yet. The Changes project is using the RDF Backend 
>> as you have probably figured out and currently the RDF Backend works in 
>> file mode, not in database mode.
>>
>> We will release next week a new version of the ChangesTab that will work 
>> in multi-user Protege. It won't be difficult to modify it so that it 
>> works with a Frames database changes project and this might be one of 
>> the first enhancements that we are going to do after we release it.
>>
>> The current version of the Changes Tab expects the Changes ontology to 
>> be in a rdf and rdfs file, so converting it into a database project 
>> won't work.
>>
>> Tania
> 
> Hi Tania,
> 
> Yes, that sounds very promising.
> Are there already any ideas or plans for extending of the change management 
> ontology to additionally capture changes applied to slot values?!
> I guess this would be the next step towords a full traceability of user changes 
> applied to the ontology..
> 
> Best wishes,
> markus.
> 
> 
> 
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