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[protege-owl] JESSTAB CONFIGURATION

Samson Tu swt at stanford.edu
Thu Aug 23 15:14:18 PDT 2007


What you describe should not happen. Are you absolutely sure that you've 
removed all copies of expired Jess.jar from everywhere in Protege's 
plugin directories? Check plugins directory itself, the protegex.owl 
directory, and the jesstab directory.

SAmson

PANAYIOTA NEMITSAS wrote:
> Hello,
>  
> I have been working with JessTab for a few months now, and I have 
> produced rules I wanted.However, the Jess license expired, and I 
> downloaded a new one with an academic license, but even if i have placed 
> the jess.jar file in the appropraite plugin the project still doesn't 
> open because it says that the copy of Jess has expired. But i have 
> already downloaded a new version. I first thought it maybe that protege 
> cant open previous projects based on a version of jess that has expired, 
> but when creating a new project the jesstab can still not be configured. 
> What could be the problem?
>  
> Any suggestions??
>  
> Thank-you very much
>  
> Panayiota
> 
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