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[protege-discussion] how to use the mysql table imported in protege
suguu7 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 19:54:57 PDT 2013
thank you ... this helped me... will contact you if there is any
On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 3:08 PM, Csongor Nyulas <csongor.nyulas at stanford.edu
> Hi Sugan,
> If you have already imported your mysql tables (or some of them) into your
> ontology, then you just need to save your ontology, and depending what type
> of ontology you have, the imported content would be saved in OWL, RDF,
> Protege frames (.pont/.pint files).
> If you are asking how to "create an OWL file" from your tables, I guess
> you have not yet imported the tables (i.e. their structures or their
> content). Otherwise you would see the imported content as part of your
> ontology in Protege, and you would probably have figured it out by now that
> simply saving the ontology you would have the content in OWL (or whatever
> type of ontology you have created/opened). So my first recommendation would
> be to make sure you use the DataMaster plugin appropriately, i.e. once you
> have connected to the database, you select the import options that best
> suit your needs, you select the tables that you want to import, and then
> you *press the "Import" button*. After the import have finished, you can
> inspect the results in the other Protege tabs, and you can save your
> DataMaster does not generate an explicit mapping file. The imported
> content is always generated the exact same way, using the same standard
> mappings described in  that you can tweak with the configuration options.
> On 03/11/2013 02:48 AM, sugan sugan wrote:
> Respected sir
> i have imported a mysql database in protege 3.4.2 using
> datamaster plugin.But i don't know how to use those tables to create an
> owl file or to generate a mapping file.
> with regards.....
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