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[protege-owl] retrieving object properties new to protege owl

Rodolfo Rieckhof rodo2024 at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 19 11:02:03 PST 2010


Hello Subalalitha,
you must use a library like OWLAPI [1] or Jena to manipulate your ontology.
For more over Ontologies look at [2]


best regards
Federico

[1] http://owlapi.sourceforge.net/
[2] http://www.co-ode.org/resources/tutorials/ProtegeOWLTutorial-p4.0.pdf

2010/1/19 subalalitha <subalalitha at gmail.com>

>
> Hello
>      I am Subalalitha.I am new to Protege owl.I have a doubt on retrieving
> object properties.I have created the ontology using editor.Now i want
> access
> it through java code so that i can integrate it to my project.
> For example i have created classes namely "country" and "City".I have
> created subclass for country namely "India" and I have created a subclass
> for city namely ,"Chennai".I have created an object property ,"hasCity"
> having domain as India and range as chennai.
>
>      Now how do i extract the object property ,"hasCity" and identify the
> range and domain via java code.Kindly help me out.Thanks in advance
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