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[protege-discussion] Starting new project in webProtege

Tania Tudorache tudorache at
Tue Jan 22 13:25:19 PST 2013

You can add in the metaproject also an OWL file, it does not have to be 
a pprj. I suggest that you do that, rather than trying to edit an 
existing pprj file. Or, you can open your OWL file in Protege 3.x, save 
it, and it will create a pprj file for you. But, as I said, that is not 
necessary, just add the OWL file to the metaproject.

We have a comprehensive troubleshooting guide on the wiki. Please take a 
look first, if you still have any problems:

Another suggestion is to use the WebProtege server that we host at 
Stanford: and add your project 
there. You can configure the access policies (R/W), share the project, 
and invite others to contribute. This link is for WebProtege 2, which 
works with the OWL-API (same one used by Protege 4) and has support for 
OWL 2.


On 12/25/2012 07:18 AM, Uri Shani wrote:
> Hi,
> I installed the web protege and it shows the examples.
> I created my own projects/ folder and changed the 
> metaproject/metaproject.pins to point at two projects: one is a copy 
> of pizza and the other is based on an owl file created by the 
> stand-alone protege tool.
> I do not have a .pprj file for that new project, so I made a minimal 
> one (looking at the pizza.pprj - I minimized it to what I though is 
> what it takes to define a project with an existing owl file).
> Yet - the projects fails to open.
> So, I guess that I did not mocked up the proper pprj file.
> I even tried with an empty .pprj file.... would not work.
> Any help here? with the stand-alone tool, we can work with .owl files 
> directly.
> Thanks,
>  - Uri Shani
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