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[protege-discussion] Help on Bean Generator Plugin - reg

Csongor Nyulas csongor.nyulas at
Thu Sep 11 10:20:46 PDT 2008

Hi Prasanna,

The OntologyBeanGenerator plug-in generates Java code to represent 
concepts for JADE message content. If you are not planning to work with 
the JADE framework (a mobile agents platform written in Java) the 
OntologyBeanGenerator is not for you. If you want to generate code for a 
Java  API to access the content of an ontology you should try out the 
Protege OWL Java Code generator which is an integrated part of Protege 
and is accessible through the"Code --> Generate Protege-OWL Java Code" menu.

If you indeed need to use the OntologyBeanGenerator (to generate Java 
code for JADE), you have to include in your ontology (for example the 
e-tourism ontology) the OWLSimpleJADEAbstractOntology and make the 
appropriate classes from your ontology subclasses of the Concept, 
AgentAction resp. Predicate classes. Let me know if this is your case 
because we developed an improved version of the OntologyBeanGenerator 
plug-in and I can give you a pointer to where you can download the new 
plug-in from.

Hope this helps,

Prasanna wrote:
> Hi
>  I downloaded Bean Generator for protege 3.2.1 from the website. It is 
> working for Music Ontology (OWL) example. But If i use any other owl 
> file then it is not creating java classes for owl classes. I used 
> e-tourism ontology developed by deri. Could you help me in this 
> regard. Otherwise give me some information to generate java files from 
> owl.
> Thanks & Regards
> Prasanna
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