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[protege-discussion] Plz Help compatible issue

Timothy Redmond tredmond at
Mon Aug 24 08:55:28 PDT 2009

This question would be better suited for the protege owl mailing list  
[1].  I think that what you have done is to use Protege 4 to save your  
ontology in the OWL/XML format.  Protege 3.4 does not support this owl  
format and will not be able to read the resulting file.  If you save  
the file in the RDF/XML format in Protege 4 then Protege 3.4 will be  
able to read the file.



On Aug 21, 2009, at 3:55 PM, Shyam Durrai wrote:

> Hi There,
> I'm trying to compare xml of one application tool with the XML of  
> the ontology of the same application in eclipse. The ontology is  
> made in protege4.0 The comparison is done using OWL-API and Jars.  
> ( The initial comparison worked ok which was done in protege 3.3.1.  
> When I made the ontology in Protege4.0, I'm stuck, I get these errors.
>    Jena parse error message: {E201} Multiple children of property  
> element -- com.hp.hpl.jena.rdf.arp.impl.XMLHandler$1: {E201}  
> Multiple children of property element
> "The resource @_:A201 has the rdf:type 
>  which is not a class but a  
> edu.stanford.smi.protegex.owl.model.impl.DefaultRDFUntypedResource
> Suggestion: In many cases the problem is a missing owl:imports  
> statement to the classes file which defines the correct type of
> Data taken from Festo Test Rig Line Components: CCE XML"
> Can anybody help plz.
> In my code I do:
> OWLModel owlModel = ProtegeOWL.createJenaOWLModelFromURI(uri);
> the uri is the location of the ontology, is it possible to create a  
> jenamodel in prodege 4?
> Thanks,
> Shyam
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