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[protege-discussion] question about web protege layout configuration
jiezheng at pcbi.upenn.edu
Tue Aug 31 15:13:52 PDT 2010
Thanks for your help.
I followed your instruction. But it still did not work :(
What I have done are:
1. connect to the Protege server using Protege rich client.
2. Go to Collaboration menu -> show Collaboration Panel
3. Go to Project menu -> configure -> option -> check "Track changes"
4. Modify one class: change definition, delete one annotation property,
and add one axiom
5. Go to Collaboration Panel, Changes Tab, no any notes about the
changes I made
6. Go to Protege web client, go to "change history" tab, no changes
shown associated with the class that I just modified
7. Test whether the annotations project has the correct path and that it
is associated with the main project by adding notes using Protege web
client, the notes added were shown in Collaboration Panel "Entity notes"
tab in Protege rich client. Looks like the associated annotations
project is working.
Is there anything wrong in the steps? If not, what else should I check?
Thanks a lot.
Tania Tudorache wrote:
> Hi Jie,
> Please see inline.
> On 08/31/2010 10:18 PM, Jie Zheng wrote:
>> Hi Jack,
>> Thanks for your reply.
>> Actually I add the new tab by checking the example of ICD project and
>> copy the "change history" part with minor modification. The part I
>> added to the configuration file are shown below:
>> ..... (Individual tab)
>> <label>Change History</label>
>> <column> <width>0.60</width>
>> <controllingPortlet reference="../columns/column/portlets/portlet"
>> ....... (Notes tab)
>> The title of the 'change portlet' changed when I navigated to
>> different entity in the class Tab. The issue is the changes I made of
>> the entity didn't shown and not indicate there is changes made in the
>> class portlets. The changes I made is the definition and annotation
>> property of a class. I am wondering whether this kind modification
>> will be recorded or the change of classes will be automatically
>> recorded if there is annotation projected associated with the
>> ontology project.
> Please check that the annotation project is associated correctly with
> the main project. In the pprj file when opened in standalone mode, you
> also need to enable the collaboration tab, or have the change tracking
> flag enabled (Project menu -> Options -> Track changes), otherwise,
> changes are not tracked. To check if changes are tracked, please
> connect to the Protege server with a Protege client, and open the
> Changes Tab and see if your changes are recorded there. If they are
> not, it means that you need to do one of the 2 things I mentioned
> above (enable collab panel, or enable change tracking). If you did one
> of the two options, and it still does not work, please check the
> metaproject that the annotations project has the correct path and that
> it is associated with the main project.
>> I did go through the webprotege layout wiki page:
>> However, I cannot find which portlets can be used in which predefined
>> tab. Another thing, using the predefined Tab, it looks like you still
>> need to define where and which portlets you would like to add, right?
> Any portlet can be added in any tab.
>> Thanks again for your help.
>> Jack Elliott wrote:
>>> Hi Jie,
>>> I certainly would expect the Changes Portlet to work in a user
>>> defined tab, but there are a few details in the configuration that
>>> we should be sure of. The controllingPortlet tag should be set
>>> properly. This element is should be added after your final columns
>>> element, before the closing </tab> tag.
>>> It is important that the Class Tree Portlet be the first and only
>>> element in the first column defined in the xml until you're
>>> comfortable with the configuration process. If this is the case,
>>> then your controllingPortlet should look like this:
>>> <controllingPortlet reference="../columns/column/portlets/portlet"/>
>>> The controlling portlet tag 'points' to the Class Tree Portlet,
>>> which allows the other portlets to be driven from the selections
>>> made in that widget. You've almost certainly seen the page below,
>>> but I'm sending it through as it contains good configuration
>>> examples and a more detailed discussion of the controlling portlet:
>>> The only advantage to using the predefined tab is that you don't
>>> have to configure the layout yourself. It is easier to use, but much
>>> less flexible than going with a user defined tab. I hope this has
>>> been helpful!
>>> On 08/30/2010 03:13 PM, Jie Zheng wrote:
>>>> I am working on changing the layout of the ontology projects
>>>> displayed on the WebProtege.
>>>> In the WebProtege layout configuration wiki page, it listed some
>>>> predefined Tabs and Portlets. By using
>>>> “edu.stanford.bmir.protege.web.client.ui.tab.UserDefinedTab” Tab, I
>>>> can add whatever portlets I need in it. Therefore, is there any
>>>> advantage to use predefined tab? Is any restriction of Portlets can
>>>> be used in a given predefined Tab?
>>>> I am interested to show the change history of the terms in my
>>>> ontology. The ontology with an associated annotation project. I
>>>> added a
>>>> “edu.stanford.bmir.protege.web.client.ui.tab.UserDefinedTab” Tab
>>>> with two Portlets,
>>>> I changed the ontology entity by modifying definition and add a new
>>>> annotation property to it. But I did not see any changes recorded
>>>> when I view the change history tab. Did I make mistake in layout
>>>> configuration or this kind of changes won't be recorded?
>>>> I found there is a predefined Tab related to change history which
>>>> Shall I use that?
>>>> Thanks for any help.
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