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[protege-owl] Ontology from database schema?
al at jku.at
Fri Sep 1 03:49:04 PDT 2006
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thanks. I installed the 2.0b version and it worked. As you said, I had
to convert the original Frames project to OWL afterwards.
Also thanks for the information provided on the Wiki.
Jennifer Vendetti wrote:
> Hello Andy,
> Andreas Langegger wrote:
>> Hello Jennifer,
>> is it possible, that the DataGenie plugin does only support the JDBC-ODBC bridge? I tried to connect to a MySQL database putting the renamed driver.jar in the protégé root like for database projects.
> Sorry for the delay - I had to look into this a little bit. The version
> of the DataGenie plug-in (version 1.1) that is bundled with Protege only
> supports JDBC-ODBC bridge. However, the University of Washington
> (original developers of the plug-in) released a newer version (version
> 2.0.1) that supports JDBC. I tried downloading it and it didn't work
> out of the box. So, I fixed a couple of minor bugs to get it working
> and posted the new version on our Wiki:
> I was able to successfully connect to a MySQL database and do an import.
> Another thing to note - this plug-in was developed before Protege-OWL
> existed. A safer route might be to import your database via the
> Protege-Frames editor and then convert to OWL (if you are interested in
>> What's actually the difference between an OWL Database project (when creating new projects) and the DataGenie tab?
> The database project type in Protege means that your ontology will be
> saved in Protege's databse format. The DataGenie Tab is a plug-in that
> allows you to import data from an arbitrary database into Protege (i.e.,
> a database that is not in the Protege format).
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Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Andreas Langegger
Institute of Applied Knowledge Processing
Johannes Kepler University Linz
A-4040 Linz, Altenberger Straße 69
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