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[protege-discussion] Problem: Slot name changes when facet is changed

Csongor Nyulas csongor.nyulas at stanford.edu
Thu Jan 8 12:45:30 PST 2009


Hi Chris,

I could not reproduce this behavior. Can you explain what you mean by:
"content is entered into the TextAreaWidget for the third slot in the 
corresponding form for a project-slot"?
In particular, what is a project-slot.

Just out of curiosity, can you reproduce this in Protege 3.4 beta also?

Csongor

Christian Bölling wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
>  
>
> using Protege 3.3.1 Frames I created 3 slots which have as their 
> direct domain the Meta-Classes STANDARD-SLOT and STANDARD-CLASS. Two 
> of these additional slots have value-type "Symbol", the third has 
> value-type "String". All are designed to describe characteristics of 
> slots and classes in the project.
>
> If, subsequently, content is entered into the TextAreaWidget for the 
> third slot in the corresponding form for a project-slot, the slot name 
> changes to the newly entered content and the header in the slot editor 
> changes to:  'NewContent' (instance of: STANDARD-SLOT, internal name 
> is 'RealNameOfSlot').
>
> I searched the Protege-Mailing List Archive and other documentation 
> but could not find a solution to why the slot name changes to the 
> seemingly unrelated content of a facet and the real name is references 
> as internal name only.
>
> I'd greatly appreciate any help and advice, thanks a lot in advance.
>
>  
>
> Cheers
>
>  
>
> Chris
>
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