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[protege-owl] ajax and owl api

Poovendran Moodley moodleyp at
Tue Jan 26 23:51:20 PST 2010

Hi Anthony,

I was wondering, why not process the basic ontology operations on the server
side? If you where running JSP, then I'd imagine it would be quite easy to
submit a post to servlet that would execute your Java code quite willingly -
I'm not sure how that would be done using PHP or the like but that might be
easier to discover than to run code on the client side (which is what Java
script does hey?).

Kind regards

On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 2:54 AM, Anthony McCallum <
mccallum.anthony at> wrote:

> Hi again,
> I'm not sure that this is the correct mailing list to be asking this,
> however I haven't got any response from the owl api developer's list.  I
> would like to create a web resource which displays information obtained from
> an OWL ontology.  As of now, I am using an ajax model.  However, the problem
> I've run into is that I can't find an easy and secure way to call JAVA code
> using javascript.  I would like to run some basic operations on the
> ontology, such as finding all children of a given class, finding a list of
> all individuals, etc.  The only way I've come across doing this is with the
> OWL API (which is for JAVA).  Are there any other resources which would make
> these kinds of tasks doable via a web interface?
> Thanks,
> Anthony
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