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[protege-discussion] How to specify xsd:dataTime as the range of a property in Protege RDF/S
swfan1998 at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 30 23:11:47 PDT 2009
Thanks for your reply!
I've tried the "Pure RDF Schema without OWL" option, but I found out that it's not absolutely pure RDF Schema. I noticed that properties are still written as owl:ObjectProperty, which is not recogonized by a RDF/S reasoner.
What I'm doing is a pure RDF/S application based on sesame, no OWL construct could be recognized. So what should I do with the RDFS ontology construction? Do I have to write the RDFS in a generic text editor? :-(
Could you or anybody else share your experience on it? Thanks!
From: Tania Tudorache <tudorache at stanford.edu>
To: User support for Core Protege and the Protege-Frames editor <protege-discussion at lists.stanford.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2009 6:27:08 AM
Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] How to specify xsd:dataTime as the range of a property in Protege RDF/S
If you are using the RDF Backend ("RDF Files" backend), then you cannot
set the range of a property to XML Schema in the UI.
You should rather use the OWL/RDF Files backend, i..e. Protege-OWL, which
allows you to specify as a range the XML schema data types. We have
another mailing list for protege-owl:
In Protege-OWL, you simply select from a drop-down list in the
PropertiesTab the range of the property. When you create the file, you
can also select in the "New..." wizard, the "Pure RDF Schema without
OWL" profile, if you want to develop RDF(S) models rather than OWL.
Sw Fan wrote:
> Dear all,
> I'm using protege RDF/S editor, but it seems that it does not provide
> the facility to specify XML Schema datatypes as the range. I am not
> sure whether it is me that fails to find out how to do this in
> protege, or it's just a feature that is not supported in protege. I
> think it's a feature that should be supported in protege anyway, since
> it's recommended by the RDF spec:
> Effectively, this software must be written to process an extended
> language that includes not only RDF, but also the datatype, as part of
> its built-in vocabulary.. This raises the issue of which datatypes will
> be generally available in RDF software. Generally, the XML Schema
> datatypes that are listed as suitable for use in RDF in
> [RDF-SEMANTICS] have a "first among equals" status in RDF.
> Thanks for your comment!
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