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Biswanath Dutta dutta2005 at
Tue Oct 30 08:31:30 PDT 2007

Dear Mr. Hadar Wayn,
                              The same kind of question was asked by another
person few days back. The answer was given by (as usual) Dr. Tania. So I
have just copied and pasted here the same message. It may help you.

You can store the ontology using the Protege database backend. If you
have an existing file project, you can convert it to a database project
by choosing the File menu -> Convert Project to format and choose
Protege database (if you have a frames project) or OWL/RDF database (if
you have an OWL project).

Before doing this, make sure that you have a database engine running
(e.g. MySQL) and that you copy the database driver into the Protege
installation directory and rename it to driver.jar. This is just a one
time step. The next time you will open the converted project, the
content of the ontology will come from the database.



On 10/30/07, Hadar Wayn <hadar.wayn at> wrote:
> Dear sirs,
> I'm trying to find a converter from Protege-RDFS or OWL to mySQL DB.
> Does Protege has an integrated tool for converting to MySQL DB or should I
> need to download a speciic tool for that?
> many thanks in advance for your help,
> Hadar Wayn
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