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[protege-owl] Can I use build workflow in OWL
uuidsamething at gmail.com
Mon Aug 23 16:58:32 PDT 2010
What I want to know is that if the owls editor is not working anymore with
the new version of protege, is there any APIs we can query directly? Say, we
have a BPEL Workflow designer, can we query the ontology using the protege
Thanks for pointing that out.
On Sat, Aug 21, 2010 at 7:34 PM, Timothy Redmond <tredmond at stanford.edu>wrote:
> It is my impression also that all the OWL-S plugins are very old and
> probably don't work anymore. I don't think that you should have any trouble
> building your OWL-S ontologies in Protege because I believe that OWL-S is
> built on top of OWL. But whatever help it was that the OWL-S plugins
> provided doesn't seem to be present anymore.
> On 08/20/2010 10:30 PM, uuidsamething Lee wrote:
> I am a newbie in OWL, I am considering using OWL to build an ontology for
> my system and then use the ontology information to build a workflow like in
> BPEL. I figured out that I might can use some OWL-S plugins for that, but it
> looks like for all the ones I figured out are really old like owl-s
> editor (created by SRI). And for some reason, I cannot even save the flows
> using that plugin. (Maybe I am wrong) I was using 3.2.1.
> Can any one point me out that if it is feasible to build my service
> ontology, function ontology and workflow ontology using OWL, then, using
> something similar to BPEL (Maybe OWL-S??) to build a workflow?
> I really appreciated a lot for your response.
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