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[protege-discussion] webProtege. AnnotationProject. how to create one?
alex.shkotin at gmail.com
Thu Nov 19 20:47:48 PST 2009
thank you for precise procedure - it works!
And I think webProtege should forbid creating Notes in ontologies without
AnnotationProject assigned. As now it looks like bug.
Well, admin bug;)
2009/11/20 Kai <lists at orbitwerks.com>
> Alex Shkotin <alex.shkotin <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > Hi All,
> > It seems that to store Notes and other annotations we need special
> project to be assigned in
> AnnotationProject property in metaproject.
> > As we have for ex. for Collaborative Pizza project.
> > The AnnotationProject (Collaborative Pizza Annotations) is in the
> same folder and is rdfs+rdf flavour.
> > How can I create such project for my main project?
> > I tried 2 ways:
> > - create new using rdfs;
> > - save as existing one and deleting instances.
> > = bad luck:(
> > Alex
> Hi Alex,
> this is what I do:
> - open the project you need an annotation for directly as a file on the
> - from the menu "Collaboration" choose "Show Collaboration Panel"
> - you will be prompted to locate or generate the annotation project
> - once you created it, close that project and open the server metaproject
> - enable the new annotation project under "PolicyControlledObject" -
> - then link the original project (where your ontology lives) to the
> project by choosing it under "PolicyControlledObject" - "Project." It is
> the lowest
> field on the bottom right in the form
> - restart your server, restart Tomcat (to reload WebProtege)
> - done.
> I hope this works for you as well as it does for me (I'm using Protege
> 3.4.1 with
> webprotege 0.5 alpha build 200).
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