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[protege-discussion] Metamodel Project doesn't load as per Documentation

Tania Tudorache tudorache at
Fri Aug 12 14:11:34 PDT 2011


If there is no Project class in your metaproject, it means it is a 
corrupted metaproject. The one that comes distributed with the Protege 
installation will have Project under PolicyControlledObject.

I suggest making a fresh installation of Protege 3.4.7 (please don't use 
earlier versions, because they are not supported anymore). Open the 
metaproject.pprj in protege, and check the subclasses of 
PolicyControlledObject. The Project class should be there.

There are very clear instructions on how to add your own project in the 
metaproject here:

If you still have problems, please send me the metaproject files.


On 08/11/2011 04:53 PM, Schulmeisters, Karl wrote:
> I have spent about a week with multiple versions of Protégé (3.4.7, 
> 3.4.4, 3.3.1) in trying to set up a multi-user environment.  I have 
> followed the Multi-user instructions to the letter.  The problem 
> invariably comes when I load the "metaproject" project from the 
> Examples\server directory.  No "Projects" subclass appears under 
> "PolicyControlledObjec" class.
> And there is zero documentation on how to go about creating such 
> "Project" object
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