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[protege-discussion] pprj not saving meta-class

Len Yabloko protege at ontospace.net
Wed Jun 11 10:39:15 PDT 2008


Hi Tania, 

Thank you for helping me. I did not realize that meta-classes were abstract be default. Now if I set it to concrete - it works without problems.
However, for some reason when I do the opposite (i.e set it to abstract with API) they remain concrete. Do you know why?

Thanks

>
>Hi Len,
>
>Thank you for sending the file. As I predicted, the metaclasses are 
>defined as abstract in the xml file. If you look with a text editor in 
>the xml file, you will see the definition for ONTO-BASE:
>
>
>    <class>
>        <name>ONTO-BASE</name>
>        <type>:STANDARD-CLASS</type>
>        <own_slot_value>
>            <slot_reference>:ROLE</slot_reference>
>            <value value_type="string">Abstract</value>
>        </own_slot_value>
>        <own_slot_value>
>            <slot_reference>:DOCUMENTATION</slot_reference>
>            <value value_type="string">@ontobase stereotype = 
>Meta-Type</value>
>        </own_slot_value>
>        <superclass>:STANDARD-CLASS</superclass>
>        <template_slot>:SIGN</template_slot>
>        <template_slot>:INIT</template_slot>
>        <template_slot>:ARGS</template_slot>
>    </class>
>
>
>You can see from this definition that the :ROLE is set to Abstract.  
>That is why you get those messages from Protege.
>
>If you fix the xml file, and change the "Abstract" to "Concrete", then 
>you will not get the messages anymore.
>

>Cheers,
>Tania






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