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[protege-discussion] DataMaster - mapping columns to class members

Jonathan Carter jonathan.carter at
Fri Mar 21 05:24:38 PDT 2008

How about changing the column names in your MySQL database to match the slot
names in your target classes?
Then, assuming that they've been imported correctly, simply move all our
instances of Subclass Y to Class X.


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Subject: [protege-discussion] DataMaster - mapping columns to class members


perhaps I am not yet fully acquainted with DataMaster Plugin. The problem is
that when I import instances from a MySQL table into a Protégé class X , it
creates a new subclass Y, named after the table,  and fill it with the
instances. How to import instances directly in class X then?? but what is
worse, class Y has an entire new set of attributes, named after the table
columns, whereas I wanted the attributes of X be filled. In other words I
need to map the table columns to the attributes of class X. How to do this??
Please relief my struggle


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