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[protege-discussion] Protege 3.4.8: Forms broken for included Projects on Protege Server

Tania Tudorache tudorache at
Fri Nov 9 14:47:55 PST 2012

Hi Hanno,

Indeed, the forms inclusion is not working after Protege 3.4.7 version. 
We have implemented a new way of sending the pprj info from the server 
to the client, which is much faster than before. You will notice that 
clients load much faster now. The part of code that did the forms 
inclusion had to be dropped in the new implementation. Adding it back 
would require some effort.

My suggestion is to use an "older" version of Protege, like 3.4.7 that 
still uses the original way of loading the remote pprj. The other 
changes we have done to the code are quite minor, so you would still be 
up to date, and have the forms working.


On 11/09/2012 05:57 AM, Hanno Wunderlich wrote:
> Hi,
> i'm currently testing to switch our Protege Server from version 3.4.0 
> to 3.4.8.
> We are heavily using projects that are including other projects. For 
> example we have a master project holding the classes, slots and the 
> form information. Then there is a second project including the master 
> project, that holds only the instances.
> If I open the second project as a local project all forms are correct.
> If I host the second project on a protege server an access it from a 
> client, the forms are broken.
> I have also reproduced this behaviour with a fresh protege 
> installation and a newly created project that includes the newspaper 
> project from the examples.
> I haven't checked the behaviour on versions between 3.4.0 and 3.4.8.
> Regards,
> Hanno
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