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[protege-owl] SWRLTab Jess causes exception

Stefan Woods swoods at vub.ac.be
Thu Aug 2 23:16:32 PDT 2007


Well, I got it working a while back with a simple example consisting of one rule.
I tried re-running this example and this also failed ! Hope you guys can come up with something as deadline is fast-approaching... :-s

Regards,

Stefan Woods
2e Licentie Toegepaste Informatica - avond/werkstudent


>Had you tried to figure out which rule is responsible for the exception 
>by selectively dis-abling some of them?
>
>Samson
>
>
>Stefan Woods wrote:
>> (corrected title of message - sorry for confusion)
>> 
>>> Hello All,
>>>
>>> I'm using SWRLTab and the jess rules engine. Entered a rule and actually got it working a while back (existing individual was "spotted" and used in rule to create new individual).
>>>
>>> Problem now is that I entered 60+ rules and about 200 individuals and Jess stopped working. when pushing the OWL + SWRL -> Jess button in the background I get a java.lang.classcast exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-0".
>>> (see both screenshots)
>>>
>>> I'm using this to present the final case of my thesis which is due wednesday so needless to say I *really* need to get it working again ASAP!!!!
>>> Any help is greatly appreciated.
>>> Jess version is 70p1, protege 3.3 beta.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Stefan
>>>
>> 
>> Stefan Woods
>> 2e Licentie Toegepaste Informatica - avond/werkstudent
>
>
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