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[protege-owl] Problem unchecking functional property
esther.ratsch at online.de
Fri Jul 23 05:01:32 PDT 2010
thank you for your answer! Unfortunately, this doesn't work. I can't change
the widget to "MultiResourceWidget", as it won't appear in the list (it does
appear in the list when selecting the widget for another, already
multi-resource, widget, though).
I'm using collaborative mode, might this be a problem? I tried these changes
on a local copy of the ontology, as I won't get the OWLForms tab in
collaborative client-server mode (I can find a work around to still change
the "server ontology").
I don't have parent or child classes to the one in question, and the
property is only used with this class.
Just to test it, I used it with another class, and there I got the
MultiResourceWidget (right from the start, I didn't have to change
anything). So this might be a pretty "dirty" solution: delete the property
and assign it again. But then I would loose quite a lot of data already
included in the individuals tab...
>Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2010 08:38:26 -0700
>From: Timothy Redmond <tredmond at stanford.edu>
>To: protege-owl at lists.stanford.edu
>Subject: Re: [protege-owl] Problem unchecking functional property
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>In the OWLForms tab, select the right type for your individuals, click
>on the blank space and change the widget for your property from a single
>resource widget to a multi-resource widget.
>I did notice a slight complication with this. I did this experiment on
>the pizza ontology. I made hasTopping a functional property (bad move
>for consistency...) and created a cheesey pizza with a topping. Then I
>made the hasTopping property non-functional. At this point in the
>OWLForms tab, the cheesey pizza class showed a single resource widget
>for the hasTopping property but the Pizza class still had the multi
>On 07/21/2010 05:40 AM, Esther Ratsch wrote:
>> in my ontology I have an object property which I first made
>> functional. After including some individuals in the ontology using
>> also this property, I wanted to make it non-functional again, so I
>> unchecked the "functional" box in the properties tab.
>> My problem is, that in the individuals tab, where this property is
>> used, I still only have the small box where I can only fill in one
>> value. What do I have to do to be able to fill in multiple values?
>> I'm using the Windows version of Protege 3.4.4.
>> Thank you very much for your help!
>> Esther Ratsch
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