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[protege-owl] About webprotege, I need your help~~

caihong 456rain at 163.com
Mon Nov 8 19:04:43 PST 2010


Hi Jack,

Thanks very much for your help, I can use the database-based projects in webprotege now.

For the second question, I know that prompt can compare the two file-based project, but when I save all the data in database, How can I check the changes make by different users?

Thanks,
Rainbow

At 2010-11-05 02:08:01,"Jack Elliott" <jack.elliott at stanford.edu> wrote:
Hi Rainbow,

On 11/02/2010 08:22 AM, caihong wrote:Hi all,
 
Here is my situation: I run webprotege in the "External Server Mode", and used the file-based ontolog projects. I had two questions:

1. How can I use the projects in database backend ?

You can convert any project to a database project, simply by opening your .pprj file in the Protege front-end and clicking on File -> Convert Project to Format and selecting Protege Database [1]. When you walk through the database project creation wizard, be careful to take a note of where you save your pprj file.

You will then need to add this pprj file to the server using the Server Admin Panel. After starting up your server, you can open this panel by opening up new Protege front-end and clicking Open Other, selecting the Server panel, enter your user name and password and be very sure to check the Administer Server option [2].

You can then add the database project you exported by selecting the Metaproject tab, expanding Policy Controlled Object, selecting Project and then clicking on the Create Instance icon (colored purple and visible on the toolbar). Name your project, taking a careful note of the project name, and fill in the location of the pprj file you saved during the conversion to a protege database [3].

Be sure to save the project by clicking on the Save Metaproject button on the Server control tab. Now restart the Protege server.

Within WebProtege is a directory called projectConfigurations, which holds all the layout configurations. Browse to this directory and create a layout configuration file, either from scratch or by copying an appropriate existing one [4]. Name this file configuration_{project name}.xml, where {project name} precisely matches the name of the project you've created on the server. After restarting the Protege server and rebuilding and restarting WebProtege you should see the project available as one of the projects available within WebProtege.

Opening this project will open your newly created database project with the configuration you've just created.


2. When I modified the ontology, how can I save it on the server? If the changes were saved, can I check the changes by comparing original project and modified one.

When using a server in database mode, there is no need for you to force the server to save any data; it is all done automatically as soon as requests are made.

For comparing two different ontologies, you can always use the PROMPT tab of the Protege front-end.

http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/PROMPT#Documentation

many thanks,

Jack

[1]http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/Working_with_the_Database_Backend_in_OWL#Converting_a_Project_to_a_Database_Project
[2]http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/Protege_Client_Server_Tutorial_Administration
[3]http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/Protege_Client_Server_Tutorial_Configuration#Add_your_own_project_in_the_metaproject
[4]http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/WebProtegeLayoutConfig
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