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[protege-discussion] Protege OWL "Hello World E.g"

Shahim Essaid sielists at
Tue Oct 6 16:29:50 PDT 2009


It looks like you created an OWLModel class and a ProtegeOWL class in your
project.  These classes are port of the API and you should not create them.
I think the problem is that you did not import the API classes as shown in
the hello world example.

On Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 2:14 PM, mbikinyi brat <mbikinyi_brat at>wrote:

> Dear protegemembers,
> Following advice from one of the members I want to learn how to use
> protege API in navigating my ontology. I started with the demo example in
> [1].
> Steps I took:
> 1: Install Netbeans and  created a java application called
> OWLAPIDemoApplication and saved it in protege installation folder
> 2.I added all jar files into my project class path(I did so by
> right-clicking the project node, then go to properties, then go to
> Libraries, then go to ADD JAR/Folder)
> 3. I copied the code from [1] and pasted in my IDE and it appears as in the
> file OWL1 indicating some errors. When I now click on the error indicator I
> have file OWl2, When I click on it I have file OWL3.
> I thought by adding the  jar files the import files will automamatically be
> invoked into the project package, but it hasn't. So how do I solve my
> problem please??
> Help
> Regards,
> Nancy
> [1]
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