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[protege-discussion] Work with forms with java API
jonathan.carter at e-asolutions.com
Mon May 19 02:05:49 PDT 2008
You can use the API to programmatically modify the forms - e.g. set
labels, change widget type etc.
Also, I have written my own slot widget to do something along the
lines of what you are describing (it's not quite ready for sharing
yet, but it is my intention!). Basically, this slot widget allows you
to define a pattern of slot values and static text in order to build
automatically (derived) values for the selected slot. So, when the
user sets relevant slots, this slot has its value set automatically.
I've purposely used form-side GUI events (rather than knowledge base
events) to drive the notification and update.
Is this a bit similar to what you are trying to do? Capture changes
that users make on the forms and then take some actions or other (e.g.
as you mention, save these?). You do know about the track changes in
Collaborative Protege, though don't you, which captures in detail
every edit that all users make?
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On 18 May 2008, at 10:49, Antonia Iliopoulou wrote:
> Is there a way not olnly to display protege forms with java api, but
> also save the changes to values that the user might have done in
> these forms?
> Thank you in advance,
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