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[protege-discussion] Questions concernign the Changes Plug-in

Tania Tudorache tudorache at
Mon Apr 20 14:53:13 PDT 2009

Hi Simon,

Yes, you can do both. You have full access to the annotations through 

Take a look here:

For cloning the annotation, you can use  the copy method from the Frame 
interface. (It works for the RDF backend and frames)

Orphaned annotations are usually the top-level annotations that apply to 
the entire ontology rather than to a particular entity. They show up in 
the Ontology notes tab.


Paradies, Simon wrote:
> Hi,
> Two questions concerning the changes plug-in (changes-tab):
> - Upon cloning an instance, is it possible to also clone its annotations
> programmatically? If not, how could this be accomplished if the cloning
> operation is triggered by the GUI?
> - Is there some way to programmatically remove orphaned annotations?
> Thanks in advance
> Simon
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