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[protege-discussion] access ontology using protegeserver

Tania Tudorache tudorache at
Thu Oct 4 10:48:16 PDT 2012

Hi Dinu,

The recommended way of running the client-server is using a database 
project. So, yes, ther server does run with database projects.

We have extensive documentation on the client-server and how to add your 
own project on the wiki:

Here it is described how to add your own project:

A database project will have a pprj file. You add the path of the 
database pprj file in the location field of your Project instance in the 
metaproject. The link above explains it all.

If you have an OWL file and need to convert it to a database project: 
Open the OWL file in Protege, go to File -> Convert project to format... 
-> and select OWL/RDF database.

Here is also a step-by-step guide for the OWL database conversion:


On 10/04/2012 04:05 AM, Dinbandhu Laxman Gauda wrote:
> Hi,
> I have saved ontology in mysql database and I am trying to access that 
> using protégé collaborative server.
> Questions is How Can I load ontology saved in database using client 
> --server model (basically using protégé 3.4.8) ? I can load / access 
> the ontology saved in examples folder as a file, but I do not see any 
> option of opening ontology from database in a client -- server env. Am 
> I missing something here ?
> Can I have some reference doc which talks more on client-server 
> database access?
> Thanks
> -Dinu
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