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[protege-discussion] WebProtege Installation
rcaschultz at gmail.com
Mon Apr 13 08:36:09 PDT 2009
Have you first ensured that Tomcat is running? Go to http://localhost:8080
and see if the Tomcat administration appears. If not, see if in your Windows
Service Manager that the Apache Tomcat service is running. That is at least
a starting point.
Not sure why you installed PHP and MySQL unless you have some reason beyond
Protégé for doing so. Protégé does not require either (although I believe it
can use MySQL as a storage backend).
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Subject: [protege-discussion] WebProtege Installation
I am trying to install Web Protege in my PC but it's still not working. when
I open WebProtege.html it doesn't show me any ontologies or anything. I
can't even login even though I created the users.
I have installed Apapche, MySQL, PHP, Tomcat, JDK, Protege.
I followed the steps in that is described in the following link
The only step that I didn't do was the step that says
If a user launches a Protege client, they are presented with a dialog that
requires them to enter the host machine name:
(all the way before it asks to copy the metaproject file in webprotege
Anyone can help me with this problem.
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